Todd Rose dropped out of secondary school with D-grades. At 21, he was attempting to bolster a wife and two children on welfare and the lowest pay permitted by law occupations.
Today he instructs instructive neuroscience at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. He’s likewise the fellow benefactor of The Center for Individual Opportunity, another association dedicated to “the study of the individual and its suggestions for training, the workforce, and society.”
As it were, Todd Rose is not your normal gentleman. In any case, nor are you.
Indeed, he contends, truly nobody is absolutely normal. Furthermore, that is a major issue, he tells NPR Ed: “We’ve come to grasp a state of mind about ourselves as individuals that was purposefully intended to overlook all uniqueness and power everything in reference to a normal individual.” Read more…
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