By 2025, 3 ½ years away, The World Economic Forum states that 85 million jobs will be eliminated from existence. On the positive side, they also speculate that roughly 97 million new jobs will be created – albeit without skilled workers to fill the spots. Banks will become completely virtual, manufacturing will have top tier employees only, and healthcare will eliminate nurses, aids, and general practitioners in favor of AI and apps.
It becomes thus essential to begin eliminating the old and fragile in order to create this new order of altered productivity. But then the problem arises with education? How can an entire population of our youth be trained in AI and data when k-12 schools are still pushing reading, ‘riting and ‘rithmatic, and colleges are obsessed with mask mandates? How mundane…
ANSWER: Create a new curriculum online because everyone knows schools will be shuttered for good in the coming years as teachers become obsolete. No more pensions!! Instead, unsuspecting, aka ignorant, teachers are busily towing the line of critical race theory oblivious to their own demise in the coming short term. As more parents pull their children from public schools, these teachers would seem detached from their upcoming fate.
WEF uses the Finnish Schools as a model of what all schools should adapt. Education is a necessary tablet for the future worker bee colonies. Environmental studies and ethics are added to core requirements grades 1-6. For grades 7-9, biology, physics, geography, health education, and chemistry are added. A student must have an assessment of 5 or greater in all subject matters in order to matriculate into the next tier of vocational training. Top tiers are groomed for college admission. College, while paid for by the government is limited to available spaces – admission rates account for roughly 20% of the youth. As such, the average beginning age of attendance is 24 given self teaching is so tedious.
Like Germany, Finland has created a vocational assessment program. Secondary students whose assessments are short of college entrance qualifications are instead rooted for vocational competency and their education thereafter follows that track. They represent 40% of the youth.
The remaining 40% would then be relegated to finding a job, as in their education is over after ninth grade.
In order to become a teacher, graduates must have a masters degree and can expect to earn the astronomical amount of $29,000 per year… WHOOPDIDI! By comparison – house cleaners in Finland can earn upwards of $60 per hour?? What?
Finland is hailed by the world for having one of the lowest poverty rates at just over 6.8%! But like every good socialist country the means for measuring poverty is the true key. In Finland it is based on the averages with less than $669 per month the basis. That would equate to just over $8,000 per year or 33% less than the US poverty rate. Playing with numbers.
Another wonderful number play is in ‘home ownership’. Finland, like China boasts an exaggerated rate at 70% (the US is 65% – China claims 90%). In China, a literal 7×5 foot cage resting in a hallway with 80 other cages and sharing ONE public bathroom is considered home ownership. In Finland the average home is roughly 25 meters square or 269 sq feet with a cost as much as $1115 per sq foot.. YUM! In the US, that would equate to a one bedroom, one bath flat, no kitchen, no other living space. If that seems a bit pricey, Finland offers apartment and house ‘share rates’ which cost a mere $563+ per square foot in Helsinki. Per sharer.
This is the model of living standard that the WEF finds of value when collaborating with the Great RESET program design for implementation of equity.
While the WEF loves this Finlandish methodology, parents and children are not quite so happy! “The most difficult thing of all, according to Aino (elementary school), was the lack of teaching. Students began the day by working on their own weekly plan, approaching teachers in the middle of the ‘market square’ for advice when needed. It was hard for me that the teacher did not teach at first, but instead we should have been able to learn things by ourselves,” Aino said. “I didn’t learn anything.” In fact, the joy of learning was reintroduced when Aino was ultimately moved into a traditional setting.
As a child, the psychology of interaction in learning is profound! Isolation in ANY context is detrimental to the psyche and intellectual growth.
But turning children into robotic data houses is the core of the futuristic vision of learning, and in so doing, defeats the distinction of Human and AI. What could Possibly Go Wrong!?
As a result, parents have been systematically pulling their children from this new core Finnish teaching curriculum and placing them in more traditional schools that actually teach such inane subjects as ‘Math’.