“Whenever we run into this uncomfortable thing called work in our studies, we think that something has gone wrong. If it is borning, it must be bad. And whenever we think that something has gone wrong, we ipso pronto hustle out children off to a specialist, who discovers that they have LOWS (Looking Out the Window Syndrome). The entertainment model of education wants the students to enjoy themselves; the older classical model wants students to be disciplined so they come to enjoy their work” (The Paideia of God, p. 23).
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