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Published 9 months ago with 2 Comments

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  • leweb
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    Denying history is not going to make it vanish.

    Of course, it’s easier to avoid the subject than to discuss it with the students. Kind of how it’s easier to avoid discussing sex with your kids. Until your 16 yr old comes home pregnant or with an std.

    Schools seem to be all about making things easier for themselves instead of doing what they’re supposed to do: educate.

    • Gozzin (edited 9 months ago)
      +8

      No it won't,but so many like to think it will if they try really,really hard.

      Schools seem to be all about making things easier for themselves instead of doing what they’re supposed to do: educate.

      I've noticed this as well. Even when I was growing up,I felt some things we had to learn were totally useless and pointless,like memorizing poetry and reciting it in class.

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