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I really started "learning" when I entered the Boy Scouts. The competition resolved. Learning became "see one, do one teach one".
The medical world (once in the clinical arena) was the same. If we raised our educational system to this standard we would benefit as a society. Think about it. Kids grow up learning from their teachers as well as peers than pass on that knowledge to their younger or those that don't have that info yet. You end up with a more social society that benefits each other as opposed to a race to (climb the ladder). Teaching others promets friendship and reinforces knowledge far better than rote memorization.