A Nation Left Behind: How and Why Bad Education Leads Good (and Not So Good) Leaders to Turn Bad
by Robert J. Sternberg - February 19, 2007
I argue that our current educational system, and especially the No Child Left Behind Act, defeats the purpose of developing a new generation of positive leaders. Leaders are not merely repositories of facts: They effectively use the knowledge they learn. I discuss fallacies of often knowledgeable but ineffective leaders, and how our educational system should develop the kinds of thinking that prevent such fallacies from occurring.
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