Education cardinal precept of the newer school of education

Comment on the following statement regarding our current educational system and examples of practices:

“It is a cardinal precept of the newer school of education that the beginning of instruction shall be made with the experience learners already have; that this experience and the capacities that have been developed during its course provide the starting point for all further learning” (Dewey, 1938, p. 88).”
Dewey, J. (2007). Experience and education. NY: Simon & Schuster