I agree that should remain as practice is key to learning, but on top of avoiding a competition of resources, it should also avoid rigidity so to not train students into blindly giving responses that they perceive as "desirable" for the teacher (and the system in general). The goal for students is to learn, not to push out their peers, although I guess it can't be helped if everything in life is about fighting for limited resources...

...which is the case. I suppose it's natural that we are self-centered, but that's not how it works: is what a society is built upon, and life is dominated by processes, not results. Is the system really preparing kids for adulthood if it simply follows human instinct?

And look at the current shortage of . If every person is for themselves, who even wants to be a ?

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