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This is what happens when a kid leaves traditional education O_O

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Just... Just watch it. mindblown.gif

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It's true that the educational system could do with some improvement (understatement of the year). I'm sure this kid is going to do great things now and later, and I'm sure that's due to his education.

One problem I do have is that some of these kids get a bit detached from the rest of the world. That wouldn't be a problem if everyone used the same educational system, but I think it's good to spend time with average peers doing average stuff. Average is healthy. Normal is healthy. I realize though it's not a very good argument considering average is what we make of it. But it does make me wary of kids that go to "special" schools that fit their "special" needs.

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As an education specialist, its encouraging to see this in another country's system but the vast majority of cases in 'home' schooling in the UK are not recommended in the slightest.

Socialization is the biggest problem. It leads to many problems when they eventually return to a structured environment for a secondary education.

The systems available in the UK are not that varied but you must wonder what this mentality of non conformist education leads to? Dropouts becoming millionaires and well taught students from excellent establishments become drop outs.

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The education depends on environment you live. There are big number of kids leave education because of their environment which does not support them. The Certificate IV Training and Assessment Perth help student to build their professional carrier.

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