It is common knowledge that the United States’ education system is plagued with problems of inequality and inefficiency. There have been ongoing debates about the cause of such issues and equal amount of discourse about how to overcome these issues. Yet, no resolution has been identified. One reason for this is that our society refuses face the truth that our education system cannot be improved because our schools focus too much on the incorporation of the individual into society instead of individual development. The result is sexism, racism and the establishment of a curriculum that excludes the individual.