should cyberschooling be allowed?
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The claim that teacher's curriculum sucks and is mostly bias is a huge generalization. I live in Europe so it might be different in America, but here a subject's curriculum is predetermined by the ministry of education and more external commissions and not by the teacher. The way the teacher brings it is completely dependant on him or her and has nothing to do with the educational system. I can't imagine that's not in America the case as well.
The fact that kids can start their schoolday whenever they want sounds horrible to me. Kids won't be disciplined to abide their appointments and will generally become laxer. They might not even start their class at all if they don't feel like it. How will they ever get used to being on time on their job if they have never learnt that in school?
Cyberbullying, though not as severe as "real" bullying, is still very much present over the internet. Teachers may be more accessible but by your logic they are bad at their job so that adds nothing at all.
Sure it might be safer, but this goes at the expense of going out, going to school, meeting with your friends, socializing and generally being among other people. If you contain your kids in your houses all day they will never experience the outside world and make friends. Because school is still the most important social event for kids and teens.
It's a shame pro can't rebut my arguments, but that's life.
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Vote Placed by Krazzy_Player 2 years ago
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