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    • Studying a little bit of everything in school is HOW you discover your talents and passions.
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    • This is why encouraging after school hobbies/activities can be good. They get to explore more and see what they want to do in the world
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    • School was invented to make obedient workers that were smart enough to operate the machines and dumb enough to passively accept it
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    • Found the person who got stuck with a dead in job with no branching career opportunities
      Airlid 7 jul
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    • That’s too much work for schools, you can’t seriously expect them to actually care about us
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    • Naw that's what commies and libtards think but idk cause my own poor education perpetuates the inept system
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    • Schools are changed to indoctrinate you and get you to be compliant, they’re supposed to teach you certain tools and help you become a person in the country
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    • Imagine if plenty of people were successful before you were born and you took responsibility for the outcome of your choices and the consequences of your missteps
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    • They do do that it's just a matter of you following through. My talent was art they put me in advance classes all the type of shit but I got lazy and never followed through
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    • Yeah dude because my interests and talents at 10 are the same as they are now
      Jort 8 jul
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    • Hey I played cool math games growing up I don’t need anymore education
      Grabage 8 jul
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    • Right then I wouldn’t be so lost
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    • Imagine having to work for a living
      dandjman 8 jul
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    • The capitalists wouldn't like that
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    • They actually have schools that are closer to this called project based learning schools.
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    • Imagine if parents took responsibility for nurturing a child's talent and emotional wellbeing
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    • Imagine if education was funded like the military industrial complex in the United States...
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    • I agree, but I don't think that's the school's job. That's the job of the parents, and then a secondary learning institution. Now, I think there should be more academic electives and less necessary learning material (the sciences are great but how often does one really use chemistry or calculus)
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    • Imagine not being such a whiney bitch
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    • Imagine the parents doing that!
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    • Bring back auto and wood shop class, bring back FFA. It seems everyone is being groomed to go to college and work cubicle jobs. Don't get me wrong, I love my cubicle
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    • Sounds like parenting. Or an apprenticeship.
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    • Because school is meant to turn people into workers and patriots
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    • My strength is fat smelly bussy
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    • That requires imagination. Wasn't taught that in school.
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    • I did alot in school. Violin, singing, saxophone, computer, cross country, and student council. Im still a shy guy confused as heck lol
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    • Imagine not passing high school and bitching about how shitty the American education system is online instead of going out getting an education and actively trying to fix the problem
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    • You’d have to get a lot more teachers
      WARVOID 7 jul
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    • Hence why I draw all the time, I might not make it as a known artist but it was fun doing so
      icords 7 jul
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    • Too much work
      natoon99 7 jul
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    • That would be extremely expensive
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    • 1. Not everyone wants to explore a profession in something theyre naturally good at and 2. The government trains kids early to be obedient and disposable for future use
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    • Y’all could simply do that during all your free time. I certainly did. Taught myself 7 instruments, discovered a dinosaur, and competed in STEM competitions. School is supposed to just make you well rounded not a retard that can do one single thing.
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    • The school system isnt great for many, but at a certain point you have to accept it and supplement with outside resources yourself
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    • What a sad life it is to always be a victim.
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    • But would that make some people feel “corralled” into a job
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    • Yeah because at 5 I'm definitely a person with established skiIIs who knows what I am good at
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    • I got lost after high school, but every experience helped me figure out what I want to do And how to handle tough situations. Can’t keep focusing on the past
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    • Yeah yeah we get it. School bad
      Snadman 8 jul
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    • That’s what Germany is doing, I think
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    • Civilization did this for centuries we didnt start to advance as a society untill all people were moderately educated. Look how we were before the industrial revolution. Everyone had a trade and a job but we were not tht different from the past 100 years.
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    • Imagine if people stopped fooling themselves thinking they literally know anything about running the k12 system, people have studied this system for several life times and improved massively
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    • Because that would go against the socialist bullshit people want to push
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    • If you don’t even know what you’re good at how do you expect a school to figure that out
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    • I graduated in 2016 and I’m still fucking confused. I absolutely fucking hate it, how can people handle this shit?
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    • Tbh I had no idea and still have no idea what I want my career to be after high school and I graduated 3 years ago
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    • Too expensive, herd them like sheep instead
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    • Post says nothing about failing or blaming school for those failures. Legitimately just brought up the fact that the state of our education isn't up to scratch. Some of you guys should have payed more attention in school. Not cause you would understand him better but youd understand it's shit
      PXL8 8 jul
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    • That’s what China does. The only downside is they choose a path for you very early. I would lead a kid down a path but have the option to change if they want
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    • I agree but it’s your choice in deciding what you do, and if the schools don’t teach you what you want to learn, it is not only your right but your responsibility to go outside of the curriculum.
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    • How do you know what your strengths are till you explore all the possibilities? Your strengths as a kid could be different then your strengths as an adult.
      Relck 8 jul
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    • Imagine me not being retarded
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    • or teach them that on your own
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    • Imagine not being a little bitch and figuring it out for yourself.
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    • I don’t know...Sounds like communism to me...
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    • what if you just dont like what youre talented in? do you just sit there with a shitty job you never wanted in the first place?
      Surogou 8 jul
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    • Because our schools are ran by socialists
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    • My high school was very career focused, after freshman year. After your first year you got more electives that were very career oriented. I actually liked that part of my school.
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    • Stop acting like entitled pricks. Get a job and explore. Play sports, make friends. Don’t be a god damn loser and you’ll discover your passion. Liberals are such fuck heads I swear. YOU MAKE YOUR OWN LIFE HARDER
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      KinkySM 8 jul
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    • Cause that's what parents are SUPPOSED to be doing
      InJester 7 jul
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    • Ottoman school
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    • Imagine kids not being retarded
      Dette 7 jul
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    • The Soviet Union tried that. Commie
      batvader 8 jul
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    • Imagining needing s routine after graduating highschool but you hate school so you join the military just to be in a classroom for another 6 months......couldn't have been me
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    • Imagine not knowing what ur passion is lmao at least get a goal i have a goal to make enough money to buy this shitty app and restore it to its former glory that and find a way to make cat girls cuz fuck it y not
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    • Uh yeah your kid drew circles better than all the other kindergartners, so hes now on track to be a broke artist living on the streets. We plan to grow his talent exponentially.
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    • The first years of schooling should focus on the How and Why of learning. The What should come after. Reasons to Learn THEN Things to Learn.
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    • that is for ur parents to do, to guide the kid
      investah 11 jul
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    • We're livestock to the 1% and we're fat happy cows. Don't be a cow; be a wolf and eat the Rancher.
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    • Helped me discover that I was really good at history and English so I went on to do that :/ but for most people it doesn’t turn out that way. I hope we can reform the system to better tailor to others’ talents and interests
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    • Imagine 1 teacher trying to do this for a class of 36
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    • Wow so how they do it in most of the world except the US lol
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    • Sounds like some lib shit to me
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    • School never helped me
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    • Someone read the Giver
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    • How could you successfully make that happen
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    • If a kid has the right attitude there are plenty of chances to explore and develop your talents. Most kids are too fucking lazy and make excuses like this post
      tcby503 10 jul
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    • Shut up you snowflake.
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    • What a brilliant idea. I assume you also figured out how to pay for the teachers to explore all that, right?
      ripshark6 10 jul
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    • In school not in the United States they have that exact system. Additionally, if u follow through with what u picked as a kid u can walk out with a free degree and have to pay only if u change it. But I don't know if I'd trust the education structure I would choose as a 6 yr old
      _zenVet_ 10 jul
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    • This is why no one should support public education. Until it is changed. Be parents. Or dont have kids
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    • We should teach firearm saftey in schools again
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    • Japan does a great job with this
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    • That'd be to much work
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    • You mean after quarantine. Feels like quarantine will last for a decade
      Twist 9 jul
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    • thats seems like it would be expensive
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    • That's what clubs are for, I was in athletics and realized that isn't something I wanna do, then I did DECA and realized buisness isn't something I'd want to do, then I did Band and now I'm a music educator
      perhapsj 9 jul
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    • Because, edgy teen, if you dont have all the basics by the time you are an adult, you will be utterly and completely fucked if you decide to change careers, which everyone does.
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    • And that is what's wrong with the common core education system
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    • Doesn’t Germany do it that way?
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    • Make this man a principal godammit!
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    • Problem is, that often takes $$
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    • They do just not in the USA 😂
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    • The only thing I wish schools would have taught was financing
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    • Plenty of ppl make it with our current schooling system, n u have no talents you cock sucker
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    • Reasons why college is better
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    • Thats the parents job, or go to a private school
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    • Imagine colleges giving a money back guarantee if you dont get a job in the market you got a degree for.
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    • You wish
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    • That is what Montisouri school does.
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    • So France
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