In high school, in grade school, you didn’t have to design yourself. The folks in charge were happy to do it for you. You were marched into a school building at age 3, 4 or 5, placed at a desk or put in a circle, inspected by your teachers. And after that, you did what you were told, what everybody is told to do… That’s from the commencement address Robert Krulwich gave at the College of the Atlantic this year. The thing is, high school and grade school don’t have to be — and shouldn’t be — that way. People of all ages should be given the freedom to design themselves, all that the rest of us should do is serve as examples of different designs.