Voices from Montgomery County

Reporter Package Pitch

If you are reading this now, there is a pretty good chance that you have attended school since before you even hit the double digits with your age.  You have had one piece of information after the next thrown at you year after year, but how much of that has really stuck with you?  How many of these lessons can actually be applied to you and your life, or is it all just useless knowledge?  Knowing what knowledge you have to hold on to and what knowledge can be tossed aside leaves more room to store the more important facts of life.  Making the distinction between knowledge you have been forced to retain and information you want to keep with you can help you understand what you want out of life, and a package like this could help change things for the better and make school more relevant for you, the learner.

In short, how much information that you learn in school can really be applied to your life?  How much will you really end up using it?  If this were done, I would love to interview some professors and hear how much of what they learned they still use.

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