This part of chapter six is mentioned later, so appears to be redundant:
Many groups require their students to give an hour or two of their time each week, or even ten or more hours per week, to a charity of their choice. This time spent in giving to a segment of their community is commendable, but does not contribute to solving the actual problem of the lack of critical thinking skills, nor any other difficult individual and societal problems. Teaching a person a critical life skill from scratch, however, does.
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