Education should be availed to everyone, it should not be touted as a means to a job. Education should be part of our culture. Education is never wasted. Knowledge should be shared.
One of the fascinating lessons from the Antarctica is how vital each support service is in connection to the the whole. In such a harsh climate one section cannot live without the other. That together they form the community that supports whomever is conducting science during that season. Waste management cannot disconnect from the machinist, the machinist cannot disconnect from the electricians, so on and so forth. All people on the rock are vital to the mission of learning, living, and surviving the harsh continent.
Education, knowledge, should be freely availed to all.
One of the over-looked nuances of history was the insidious development of racial chattel slavery in the southern United States.