The idea of education reform has been around for quite some time. It is a topic that comes up often in my conversations with parents and teachers. I’m in agreement with Robinson, that what we need is not an evolution, but a revolution. The way our mainstream education is set up in Singapore, and in many other countries, is just not friendly, affordable or accessible enough for a significant portion of the population. Using myself as an example—as a single parent to an autistic son, running a training and coaching business which involves managing a team, delivering classes and coaching individuals a few times a week, just leaves me no space to attend conventional classes, even if they are online (timing often clashes with my work schedule).