- if our institutionalized education system functions as an adaptive group, according to Wilson, for between group selection to occur it must be competing against some other group or lone individuals. The only real contenders for competitors are homeschoolers, non-schoolers, radical charter schoolers, and, if the medium hadn't been so hybridized perhaps some online schoolers. This leads to some rather interesting investigations.
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Late night thoughts on multi-level selection theory
I was just re-reading D.S. Wilson's old paper on Multi-level selection theory's implications for psychology. In relation to education reform resistance, it stirred up a few old thoughts and a few new ones: