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The Education Game

Never before have young people had more access to free information but, ironically, never before in human history has education been more expensive or stressful.
Children and students are under massive pressure to perform, yet they are often being prepared for an economy that disappeared in the last century. Why is modern education not getting the best out of pupils, students, or teachers?
Host Ross Ashcroft is joined by author Graham Brown-Martin and Professor Andrew Brewerton, the principal of Plymouth College of Art.