I suppose there are two perspectives to every news story, but I'm looking at this one and thinking there are probably way more than two. In the video, the newscaster does the usual "pit one side against the other" thing for the entertainment of the viewer.
Unschooling. And what do you think of unschooling? Here's some guy who unschools his kids and some lady who looks like she's eaten a lemon during the introduction who somehow knows what's best for everyone else's child. What her qualifications were, I never clearly grasped.
Here's my question: Whyyyyyy are they introducing a man who "unschools" his kids? If he's truly "unschooling," then HE isn't really "unschooling" the children; they are unschooling themselves. I'm thinking that, anyway, but the video is not clear on anything, other than the fact that little kids seem to be able to pick apples and play computer games.
Unschoolers are also the same as dropouts. I'm not sure why this comparison is made in the video, but whatever. I'm thinking you can't "drop out" of something you weren't participating in, true? It would be as though I said to you, "I'm not going to school at all! Never!" and you said, "Ohhh... You're in danger of dropping out if you do that, though."
And finally... the clincher. What on earth do you think of all sides agreeing about knowledge getting absorbed into your psyche and stuff while you're sleeping? That has to be the weirdest, most wacky occult idea I've heard in a while... and yet all sides seem to be agreeing on it. If we have to agree on something, does it have to be that?