I can relate to what you said. I'm a single mom of 3 who made it through school in my forties and I have no respect for the educational system. There's so many people who want an education but can't get it for many reasons, but the reason that bugs me the most is all that "liberal" education required for everyone like 4 years of language, algebra, sociology ad nauseam (to create cookie cutter wage slaves/sounds so socialist) that means nothing to someone in art, nursing, EMT, even teaching art, nursing or EMT. There's way too many hoops to jump through.
I took an ambien to sleep and I can't write you now.I want to talk to in person and share how we got well. Peace. Goodnight.
To do all that you'd have to be really motivated to get work in the original field you chose, if you can remember what it was after all the gobblygookspeek. How many art classes does an art student take, and how many liberal arts classes?
My daughter wants to be a photographer but she's not motivated enough. She took the one class available and now she has to take all the required classes to take photo 2. She just wants to take pictures, but she's not bold enough to sell herself without that piece of paper, and I don't have $15,000 to send her to Brooks. I try to tell her she's talented enough now to do it on her own and just keep taking pictures and if they're what people want they'll find you.
Screw BOX education. Until they get it right we have the internet and we can learn, share, heal and care for each other and give and receive a form of currency but not american money. I'd like to live in a society where the money is backed by gold and silver,