Have you noticed that when we discuss an issue in education or society at large, the ‘solutions’ part of the conversation always centres on what government policy should be to solve or improve the problem. Seldom, if ever, does the questioner ask: what can people do for themselves? How can people change their mindsets and behaviours? How should culture change to improve the problem? We are continually looking for solutions from someone or somewhere else, and not looking at ourselves.
PS: I previously discussed this here.