What takes to the European political elite to condemn their young people to undergo a deficient and ineffective educative system? What has gone to us through stop? The answers not always please. If we reviewed texts and less accessible information of the European Commission, the OECD or the European Round Table (one of the more discreet and effective European lobbies), the first tracks are discovered. Capitalism posmoderno has initiated the necessary adjustment between the productivity and the education. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Sela Ward has to say. All the information of the experts indicate that the new economy will demand few technical specialists; the technology allows that a few specialists develop necessary systems for the operation of the company. On the other hand, the processes of enterprise fusion reduce the supplies of high executives. With other words, more and more they will make lack better professional, but in reduced amount more. In the long run, the economic system will not be able to absorb a mass of citizens good preparations.
The quality school is necessary, but for a few. The rest of the educative system is better than it does not work. The confliction derived from a generalized educative system and high quality could not be supported by the economic system, where many individuals good preparations would have to compete by very few jobs. Better to leave it everything into the hands of the darviniano system of natural selection and that of a mediocre educative system the few excellent units emerge by themselves that will need the system. The universal education and of quality is not a political objective. These arguments are not political fiction, rather they are come off documents before mentioned and correspond to the economic-political elites of globalisation. The logic of these objectives is overwhelming. A one of the consequences of school of the ignorance is the systematic production of immature consumers, another one of the necessary gears so that the wheel of the globalisation continues advancing.