At the core of a successful public service must be an excellent education system. Preparing young citizens to live fulfilling and productive lives is crucial for individual wellbeing. But, equally as important, forging them into decent citizens with enough wisdom built on foundational knowledge of history, civics and basic economics, is vital to the wellbeing of society.
A broken education system leads to breakdowns in other areas of society. It produces young adults who are ill-prepared for working life and university. This results in a generation of workers who are less knowledgeable and skilled than their forebears and easily distracted by the things they have been coached to be confident on, such as grievances.
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