• 00:01    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:20    |    
  • 28.25    |    
    What is real education?
  • 01:13    |    
    Who decides what people should study?
  • 02:13.5    |    
    Are all students created equal?
  • 03:17    |    
    Why do you say half of the children are below average?
  • 04:16    |    
    Do too many people go to college?
  • 05:28    |    
    What is the role of academically gifted students?
  • 06:46    |    
    How is this different from studying just for the grades?
  • 07:53    |    
    Final words
  • 07:58    |    
    Final credits

Interview with Charles Murray by Luis Figueroa

New Media  | 06 de noviembre de 2008  | Vistas: 700

Charles Murray is the W. H. Brady Scholar of the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) and author of the book Real Education. In this interview, hosted by Luis Figueroa, he talks about the problems of education in the United States and how society has given college degrees disproportionate significance. The problem with this way of thinking, according to Murray, is that young people find themselves pursuing achievement only in the academic environment. Murray emphasizes the importance of students focusing on areas where they are the most productive and analyzes the role, influence, and responsibilities of the academically gifted.


Charles Murray is the W. H. Brady Scholar of the American…


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