Prejudice and education are inextricably linked as they both touch on the most fundamental attribute of human behaviour: learning to live together. A good education will teach a person to judge other people with some degree of intellectual, moral and social retinue whereas one could argue that an education would have failed were it to leave us with people who generalise about others easily, judge others harshly on little but assumptions and dislike individuals or entire groups of people without even knowing them. To behave this way would imply that lessons of good judgement and understanding have been futile, lost or never taught.