How to escape education's death valley | Sir Ken Robinson

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    Sir Ken Robinson outlines 3 principles crucial for the human mind to flourish -- and how current education culture works against them. In a funny, stirring talk he tells us how to get out of the educational "death valley" we now face, and how to nurture our youngest generations with a climate of possibility.
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Abdul Aziz
Abdul Aziz

what should we do to put this beautiful idea in practice? Does anyone have anything on this? lol

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Travel & Food
Travel & Food

"One of the effects of current culture is to deprofessionalize teachers"   "There is no system or school in the world than its teachers"  "Education is about learning. If there is no learning going on, there is no education going on. Many people discuss education, but not about learning"  Sir Ken Robinson had too much common sense when it came to education and that is what we need today in our education leaders.  R.I.P. Sir Ken Robinson.

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Dhplaz
Dhplaz

So are we gonna do anything? We need a change this is important nobody can do this alone

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MONISH Kuruguntla
MONISH Kuruguntla

Rest In Peace 🙏🙏🙏 Sir

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Goutam Boppana
Goutam Boppana

7 years and 8 months passed nothing changed plz kill me

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Vinay Shelke
Vinay Shelke

Unfortunately he's no more :(

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Ezra O'Connor
Ezra O'Connor

everyone:school sucks!!!!!!!!!!! teachers:well you see i... umm get a low salary?

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Fardin Mun
Fardin Mun

hands down

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Manuel Moraleda
Manuel Moraleda

Induce curiosity, learning would follow.

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ExtraGoose Animations
ExtraGoose Animations

Guess why a Finland's student "scores" so much even with the least schooling hours? He/she gets home, opens the book out of curiosity and then researches if hydrogen becoming absent is oxidation too...

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Sochi Egbune
Sochi Egbune

it's when TED picks great speakers and writers like this that I watch their videos.

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Kadir iSA
Kadir iSA

You are still my source of inspiration! Rest in peace...

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Sophia Nguyen
Sophia Nguyen

The thing is with learning is that we treat it a something that can be grasped directly. Surely, if you repeat and test enough, children will retain something. But they retain because of the anxiety that comes with not being good enough - otherwise, why would they do it? I've been scared of bad grades and being one of the "disciplined kids" for so long that I would have gripping anxiety over some overdue homework, or being called out on my grammar in english class. The fact that it took an entire quarantine to realize that life is more than living up to someone's expectations and that learning stems from curiosity instead of trying to meet a pre-set standard truly does say something about the system.

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Kyle Turner

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Gaanthuirei Gonmei
Gaanthuirei Gonmei

why does he sound like the kurzgesagt voice???

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PpFish
PpFish

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Deborah brune

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Soup snek
Soup snek

what?

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Quill
Quill

The problem with most schools are they are goal-oriented rather than the system itself. Perhaps, schools just really have to focus on the inputs and its systems and the result will take care of itself. Rather than "if we want smart students, the system should be like this." they should change it to "if we have this system, then the students are this" Jus' sayin'.

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Jorin
Jorin

Imagine having this guy as your teacher or dad

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parrot. E
parrot. E

I agree with Sir Ken Robinson!

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Seliph Vip
Seliph Vip

THE BOSS

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Vu No
Vu No

Love you.

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Kat P
Kat P

I’ve been watching all these Ted talks and stuff about how bad our education. Almost all of them are from about 6 years ago. What has changed? Well it’s worse.

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ArvidPbGaming
ArvidPbGaming

Ken Robinson: *“They’re suffering from childhood.”* Audience: *laughs* And this ladies and gentlemen... is our problem.

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Johnston Maggie
Johnston Maggie

3:25 Sorry God forgive please i like-1 sorry

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Callum
Callum

Great speaker. Rest in peace ken.

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Supa Ningastar
Supa Ningastar

@Callum What is Lig- Oh you son of-

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Callum
Callum

@Supa Ningastar ligma I believe

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Supa Ningastar
Supa Ningastar

Wait, He died? How?

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Usman S.
Usman S.

I was fortunate enough to discover a sense of curiosity for science in high school. The teachers I had in physics & biology absolutely were the ones who inspired me & shaped my curiosity. I agree 100% that teachers deserve more respect & professional development.

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Day Chi
Day Chi

0:33x.

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Mu Ma
Mu Ma

Aaaaaaaaaahhhhh .

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Xiangyun SHI
Xiangyun SHI

3:30 human beings are naturally different and diverse

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Latif Berisha
Latif Berisha

Is seven year from this speech did the lesson learned

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Dau Voi
Dau Voi

1:02c.

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J Ravindranath English HOD
J Ravindranath English HOD

wonderful speech

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Raided Cluster Animations
Raided Cluster Animations

He passed away on August. I really hope one day we have a better education system and we can always turn back to see his contributions to it.

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Lucy Hale

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Benjamin Gal-Or

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Audrey Muzingo
Audrey Muzingo

Wow, this was 2013, my second (out of 4) years that I tried my very best to teach, before realizing that the dominance of standardized testing makes the job not only incredibly hard, but literally impossible. Seven years later, from what I see my kid endure and still-teaching friends tell me, it has only gotten worse. The thing is, EVERY.SINGLE.TEACHER. knows what he's saying is true, and so do most principals and other administrators who dictate what teachers do.....so why don't they all rise up and refuse to keep doing it? Because the dominance of corporate (e.g. Pearson) bribery of officials at the Federal level makes rising up not only incredibly hard, but literally impossible. The horror show that education has become cannot be protested away, only voted away, and that means paying attention to who is running for leadership, to whether or not they accept corporate donations, and voting accordingly.

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hyp3r X
hyp3r X

Sir Kevin Robinson (the speaker) died on 21st August 2020...RIP such a great author and with an awesome sense of humor.

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David Ford
David Ford

Take this to your government schools and teach it: The government gang is a giant gang of thieves who use theft and violence to survive and win supporters. Do you have a real job or are you a parasite? Are you on the government take? Are you being corrupted by government plunder?

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Su Tan
Su Tan

Yang pilih Allah like yang pilih Dajjal abaikan.

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The Hungry Ninja
The Hungry Ninja

Indian audience : Silence International audience: Hahahahah

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Nameless
Nameless

ha..this hasn't aged well! ADHD is a bigger epidemic now than it was a decade ago and he clearly doesn't understand the disease's prognosis.

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Y Nhu
Y Nhu

good

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derek zhang
derek zhang

dude the laughing is so annoying

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an idiot who replies to every notification
an idiot who replies to every notification

I learn more at home then at school

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flappy fabby
flappy fabby

Ken Robinson: Breathes* Crowd: Claps

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flappy fabby
flappy fabby

"If we halved the number of high school drop out, we would create a net gain to the economy over 10 years of over a trillion dollars." He's right, imagine the amount of money universities would make for handing out liberal art degrees to all those people.

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Liu Mat
Liu Mat

A la verga.

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EZ Fuzzy
EZ Fuzzy

It's so depressing that we lost a gem like you, Sir. RIP we will dearly miss your presence among all educators alike.

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Jan Fau
Jan Fau

Poor dog I liked my own commet how sad.

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Agatha Illa
Agatha Illa

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Olli Kärkkäinen
Olli Kärkkäinen

OK..

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Barrie Payne
Barrie Payne

In so many instances, educations begins the day one leaves school! Why do we allow so called Education Secretaries to control our educational systems with obsessive testing regimes when they have never taught before? It clearly strifles creativity and curiosity!

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TJ World
TJ World

I realized this long back...But I have fingers pointing at me from every corner.....The greatest have to suffer the toughest...!!🔥

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bruce sekulic
bruce sekulic

Give systemic modelling a go...

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Ice Ice
Ice Ice

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Louella Whitehead

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Vito G

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Venkat Ramana Koduri
Venkat Ramana Koduri

☝️👍💐

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Noi Toi
Noi Toi

I love u girl

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Mampi IARIMAMPIANINA
Mampi IARIMAMPIANINA

this guy is great! I'm lucky to have stumbled on this video

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Bartosz Kaczan
Bartosz Kaczan

There is one right way back home, only one Name to get saved- Jesus. He is the real (Word of) God, there is only one Spirit of the everlasting love- it is Christ, who loves unconditionally . Everybody can meet Him and understand, how He really is. He tells the truth directly to everyone, who is searching for Him from the bottom of the heart. Jesus Christ is so much different than they wrote and talk about Him in this world. He is so much better than the people think. There is no other God's Name, no other Spirit, nobody who can tell the truth about Him- I mean everyone who hasn' t met Him or doesn't hear His voice. When somebody talks about things, which were written, he becomes a witness of a scripture, not of Jesus Christ. This world is not His Kingdom, that's why it is full of lies, which the people called "truth". Call His holy Name, He always answers when we ask honest and all we want is Him and His truth.. If you belive in Jesus Chris, let somebody babtise you in His Name... Ask honest and let the Holy Spirit fill you and you can listen to the Word of GOD in your heart. . GOD will let you know that you are saved and born again. And then..... Will you be searching for Him somewhere else or by someone else, when He will live inside of you?

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Aashi’s Tuition Centre

Providing English & Maths lessons to those who are unable to learn due to any difficulties. Please help the channel grow! Aashi’s Tuition Centre, London.

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Rosie McNiff
Rosie McNiff

'The real role of leadership is climate control; creating a climate of possibility. And if you do that, people will rise to it and achieve things that you completely did not anticipate, and couldn't have expected'.

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EUREKA! I have found it
EUREKA! I have found it

his way of standing and body language olo

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Khoi Thu
Khoi Thu

0:11 xx

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Chris George
Chris George

It wasn't until I left school that I discovered how interesting learning can be - including what in school I found tedious.

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Huy Cho
Huy Cho

A la verga.

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Hin Thu
Hin Thu

Love you.

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Fatima Eliot
Fatima Eliot

محاضرة. رائعة . . .A wonderful talk . . . .Trés belle conférence . . .شكرا . . .thank you . . .merci

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Belinda Alvis
Belinda Alvis

And that is why I have learnt much more on YouTube than in school.

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May Lui
May Lui

he lowkey gives me iroh vibes and im here for that

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ponfo miran
ponfo miran

RIP Sir Ken Robinson

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Russell Green
Russell Green

I honestly can't decide if this gentleman should become the head of public education in America, or America's next great stand up comedian.

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virat tandon
virat tandon

exactly

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Cate true eleven
Cate true eleven

Arts humanities and physical education Education of our planet and the damages that we have mistakingly caused Core commonalities languages communications math and sciences anthropology sociology philosophy These kinds of educational tools are of the mist importance

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Cate true eleven
Cate true eleven

I wonder if in Illinois if it’s a crime to drop out - ? you go to county jail 90 days if you drop out of school

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Phương Lê
Phương Lê

Thanks

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ur local mime
ur local mime

There's always that one dude who laughs louder than anyone

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everydae
everydae

6 years passed and nothing changed... until now! We just launched a NATIONWIDE movement to fight this. Check our last video to see how we are fighting for our children's future!

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Mfundo Nkosi
Mfundo Nkosi

I hated tests in school. I always found it easier to speak about the topic in question verbally and apply it in the real world.

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Claude Dexter
Claude Dexter

It's funny how when I'm out of school, I want to learn more...It's almost as if the school system sucks.

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Katherine
Katherine

“No child left behind” is not irony. How would you propose to get basic education for first-generation students? If not community college and public schools? Everyone knows private education is better, but are you gonna pay for it?

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Katherine
Katherine

The irony is precisely the Brit making accusations of the American education system. Just look up the A level curriculum.

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Rohde Fischer
Rohde Fischer

Fantastic talk, but in way also tragic. This should be obvious - even without science - and there's plenty of science showing what he tells. So why do people still try to design school systems that kills creativity?

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mabel.
mabel.

pandemic + online classes era anyone?

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MissStephanie H
MissStephanie H

Unschooler here 💓💓

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Dhplaz
Dhplaz

In order to have chances in life, you need to have money. In order to have money, you need to have a good job. In order to have a good job, you need to have a good degree. And in order to have a good degree, we need to have good grades. And in order to have good grades, we need good memory because we actually need to remember what we are being taught, and it's really not that much about IQ. And you also need the motivation to get good grades and in order to get motivation, you need to be interested in what you are learning. So in conclusion in order to be successful, you need to have a good memory and there are certain things you gotta be interested in. And that doesn't even support the basic rights of humans. The school system needs a change now!

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Joe Lonsdale
Joe Lonsdale

One of the most inspiring talks I've ever seen. Sums up my schooling in the UK.

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Paul Tonacci
Paul Tonacci

Using his death valley metaphor in my own discussions of the importance of education! Wow.

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Claudia Cuevas
Claudia Cuevas

But wait, what are the alternatives for my children. Now that we're doing virtual school, I can TOTALLY see the incompetence of the teaching and the subjects that are being taught. What do we do? Homeschool? Private School? What? I need a solution to this problem. My children are 11 and 12, I need it now!!! Help please!!!

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Dakota Atwood
Dakota Atwood

peolle gain alot of independent skills in their spare time as adults, the problem is hireing managers look for degrees unessesarily in about 80% of fields

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Félix Díaz Castaño
Félix Díaz Castaño

It's totally true. The Benjamin Franklin statement makes me think a lot.

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Rhonda Lyman
Rhonda Lyman

"If you sit kids down hour after hour doing low-grade clerical work, don't be surprised if they start to fidget." I literally clapped along with the audience.

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Stewart Holmes
Stewart Holmes

Spot on, that's why I have been working on a different approach. It's worked well in the schools I have run it in.

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ツAhmed
ツAhmed

Rest in peace, I hope his spirit and ideas will be carried on and resonated by everyone he has impressed.

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Fanty
Fanty

His speech was incredible. May he rest in peace, hope he will be listened.

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Jack
Jack

Wow! What a great video and what an intelligent person. As someone who’s attended Public schools my entire life, I can say it did a number on my confidence. Thankfully I’m almost done with school entirely. Growing up, I was one of those kids who learned from doing rather than listening which made it so hard to sit still. As I got older Tests came and went and I struggled to get Cs. I have failed more tests than I can count and was used to my tests coming back in a sea of red ink. It got so bad that as a 12 year old I flat out stopped caring. Thankfully I had a supportive family who noticed and helped me get back on my feet but the damage was done. I managed to get through high school with decent grades but based on my early experience with failure bc of tests and grades I never put my best to anything again. I’m now finishing up with college and I can say I don’t think I ever fully recovered from the ptsd of 7th grade. Never have I felt so dumb in my life. At present I give up so easily because I think I’ll fail anyway. In any other area I’m a positive person and excel with ease. Whether socially or athletically but when ever I try to learn something new it’s almost like I’m a different person entirely. Thank you for coming to my Ted talk lol

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Lantz Thoms
Lantz Thoms

It's funny how when I'm out of school, I want to learn more...It's almost as if the school system sucks.

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BalkanScrubs
BalkanScrubs

It's funny how when I look at 2 comments, I see you copied it... It's almost as if your out of ideas.

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Marthin Ketard
Marthin Ketard

my whole academic life has been so far just studying to pass exams.

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