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Message no. 1
From: "Arno R. Lehmann" <arlehma@***.NET>
Subject: Re: Education Part 2
Date: Fri, 21 Feb 1997 18:44:26 +0100
On Thu, 20 Feb 97 02:57:34 +0100, Arno R. Lehmann wrote:

>On Fri, 14 Feb 1997 12:15:17 +1100, Lady Jestyr asked for education
>What all this might look like in the 2050ies I will think about later.

Now I did.

Generally, I think that most corps, at least the big ones, will offer
education for their employees and their families. This education will
surely be built up to give the corp the human resources it needs. So
all that stuff about education in Germany will not apply for people
tied to a corp.

In short, the education system will not change its structure. But there
will be changes in the quality of the education and the grades. German
sourcebook implies that when describing magical education at
universities, at least I think I remember correctly.
And higher level education will not be available to a big part of the
population like it is today, but will be limited to the ones who can
afford it (This process starts just these days ...:( Primary schools
with limited resources and not-so-great teachers will be available for
almost everyone, but from then on it will take great financial efforts
to continue an education.
Simply, this is like it was about 150 to 50 years ago. It seems to fit
in the 2050s, and it fits to the theory that FASA just looks back to
see the future ;).

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