We would all agree to the asseveration; what should be reviewed are pedagogical practices if our goal is that future generations have the ‘skills of the XXIst century’ or, translated, that children can be happy despite the uncertain environment where they will live, so, they have to be able to solve their lives.

But the tricky part of the sentence is ‘good’, adjective that brings us to a value judgment: good, according to the criteria of who? I… almost all the teachers I know are ‘good’. Although we all understand the meaning of the statement, we should begin to step in detail in the speech, it is important to reach a consensus on what kind of guide we wish for children, because it is our responsibility as educators, not to look elsewhere.