Put this here because of "anthropology" ... move if you think it fits better elsewhere.

This is a Tedtalk about how treating education as a "one size fits all" actually makes education a one size that fits nobody.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=4eBmyttcfU4

What do you think we need to do to make education "adjustable"?

I did notice that the talk tended to focus on the students. I would also ask questions about how "teachers" come to be teachers. In my experience most teachers understand that there is no correct method of teaching, and what works for some teachers doesn't work for others. Does the education system also "average out" the kind of teachers that may have been helpful?