The phrase “knowledge is power” is one we are familiar with. We as a society believe this to be true, as demonstrated through the rising costs of higher education, lack of accessible learning materials like textbooks, tutors, and even classes. Because knowledge is power, we have monopolized and monetized almost every aspect of learning.
Now, as we navigate through the pandemic and are adjusting
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