The purpose of education is to create new ways of thinking of the world based on new information.
Does this mean that we discard information accumulated in the past?
Education is not for the purpose of reinforcing past thinking systems and social systems failed.
Are questions important in finding new answers and in the development of education itself?
Once laid out there, questions cause thinking that lead to their answers.
Is education designed primarily for the askance of new questions?
Unless education is designed to develop new tools for asking inappropriate as well as appropriate questions, students are apt to remain ignorant of present and future, remaining slaves to the failed systems of the past.
Well-thought out questions are usually the result of wisdom and good education and therefore powerful. Do they then call out for powerful answers?
Once a question is asked, if it remains unresolved, it dangles in the winds of time and is reconsidered time after time until there is some agreement as to its resolution.
Questions do not always demand immediate resolution but must be carefully listened to. Is this because the question itself often contains its own answer?
Albert Einstein asked the question of relationships out of what his mathematics enabled him to reason and so to speak, to observe. His answer came out of his powerful questions and he developed the powerful theory of relativity.
Not all questions can be answered when asked but there are many question that when properly framed will eventual be resolved.