When a doctor finds an interesting condition in a patient, he or she does not sign up for a class that covers the material, runs six weeks, and starts next fall.
When faced with an environmental crisis, the politician does not apply to a prestigious university’s masters program.
When a person in charge of a non-profit organization sees an opportunity in a foreign county, the first instinct is not to review old class notes.
All people unschool to learn most of their knowledge during most of their lives. The only variables are how well do they do it, and when do they start.