I'm sure a lot of people have strong opinions on this, and I suspect some of those are part of the blame teachers/don't blame teachers bandwagons. That argument is more nuanced than what the loudest people on both sides make it out to be.

I find the "Student, Teach Thyself" section the most interesting especially the positive and negative view about Summit teachers being required to "teach students cognitive skills (like how to construct an argument) while making students responsible for teaching themselves underlying lesson material (like how diverse plants and animals coexist)."

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