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Therefore, in today’s educational system, a person has the ability to grow as a member of his or her society and culture, gain knowledge for a career in the “real world” and mature both spiritually and physically. “’The whole world’s a classroom’” (Goethe qtd. in Spayde 58) perfectly illustrates how education must relate to society and culture, because everyday people are faced with new challenges. It is, therefore, a good education that can help them face such challenges and learn some of the most important life lessons from everyday experiences. This can happen at work, with friends or family, from a new book or an outdoor adventure.
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