When you want to learn something you go to someone who knows something.

In the Middle ages, children were apprenticed to guilds to learn a trade. In early America, public schools were created to teach kids how to read and write when they weren’t behind plows, or caring for livestock. In modern America, kids enroll in college to earn certificates, that, in theory, lead to bright futures.

Chadd’s studio is open for the study of music.

Scott attends religiously.

To get better at anything, finding a good teacher is a reasonable place to start.

 

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