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Improving Rural Education In Poland


On the morning of the 21st century, it is clear that knowledge, not physical labor, has become the driving force behind economic growth and increasingly rapid social change. More and more people will work with their heads, and more and more physical production will be carried out by the congealed products of past mental labor. What we know, how we learn, and how we learn from learning, will play an ever-larger role in determining our individual and collective life chances.