To educate or rehabilitate?

I honestly believe that it is always better (and cheaper) to educate rather than rehabilitate.

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4 Replies to “To educate or rehabilitate?”

  1. Pre or post the event?

    If people are educated pre whatever the event is, then it is cheaper. Rehabilitation after an event almost always implies education that should have been given in the first place and extra therapy to restore someone.

    I concur with your premise.

      1. It probably goes without saying that even if you do educate someone, given humanity’s predilection for greed, sloth and stupidity (in some cases without conscience) then there still isn’t a guarantee that said bad event won’t happen anyway.

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