One of Kloodle’s founding values was to celebrate what young people can do as opposed to what they can’t. Too often, we hear employers point out poor grades, lack of experience, or some other flaw when judging a young person. Apply for a job and people look for reasons to reject you. We want Kloodle to celebrate people’s abilities and what they can achieve, not their shortcomings.
Sir Ken Robinson delivered a TED talk in 2007 that has gone on to become one of the most viewed of all times. His talk discusses our education system’s obsession with academic ability. This obsession is also based […]