Tim: The strangest things seem to happen in the name of education.
Satoru: Indeed. At times it seems like a charade. It's all too easy to pass through most schools with minimal deep learning. At times it seems that schools are factories producing Mickey-Mouse consumers.
Melissa: Perhaps there's a good reason for that. Isn't that what the system needs?
Tim: Television already does an adequate job. The ancient Greeks knew that real education meant something quite different.
Liao: I think we have to accept that schools are not perfect. Neither is our society.
Melissa: Maybe we idealize schools too much . . .
Stranger than Fiction - an art work by T Newfields