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Education In A Digital Age

The Vitruvian Man

During the holidays I got unsolicited ads each day on anything from a Dyson hairdryer to a discounted subscription at MasterClass on my social media pages. Growing up in Asia, the world of online classes feels like family. I’ve been taking classes outside of school since I was 10 years old (contrary to popular beliefs: not as a result of my Asian parents) to either get better grades at school or to learn things that are deemed “valuable”…




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