In a traditional education you are taught there is ONE right answer.
Remember multiple choice tests? You were told that “C” was the right answer and “A” “B” and “D” were wrong.
But what if there is a “E”, an “F” or even several hundred different possibilities?
Nope. According to school, there is always ONE right answer.
It makes grading tests a whole lot easier, plus it trains people to follow orders from bosses who...