We recently posted our interview with Bunker Roy, the founder of India’s Barefoot College, and an educational thinker of ruthless robustness. He won’t educate people who have been spoiled by formal education, and he doesn’t think highly of men as students, either. Among his greatest successes have been grandmothers from Africa, Afghanistan and the Himalayas, whom he’s trained to be solar engineers and to bring electricity to their remote villages. In many ways, Bunker Roy’s ideas turn our concepts of education on their heads. Anyone with an interest in education will be fascinated by this interview.