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  • Because of the teachers

    They control people and the kids and ruin the fun and make us walk a long time that's child labor they shouldn't be able to do this to children or any one and we should not have as much homework to do every single night that's why we act up and get bored why do they do this and trap us inside a building and have to ask to use the restroom

  • More than you can imagine

    It slaughtered mine. Who knows how many have been soul drained before me? Everything about school is either unnatural or pointless. Unnatural hours, unnatural brain overloading, and unnatural suffering. Pointless high theoretical math that doesn't exist in practicality, science that's been drained of it's basic function: curiosity about the world. There's a reason you see so many horrid things if you look up "school makes me" in google.

  • Specials lessens every day

    Art and music classes are lessening and you cant explore new ideas. It is still instructional time. The teachers are still teaching them skills and techniques. Children cant think of new ideas unless they are on their own time. And some families cant offord them being able to put their ideas down. So vote yes for creativity in the classroom

  • Locked inside a classroom every day more than 3 hours.

    Everyday the kids gets tossed into the classroom and to sit quiet and obey. A lot of kids find it hard to focus and sit still which causes maybe fights. Or rebellious act against the teacher. When the teacher has enough they will just make you sit quiet and die of boredom. In addition school have these subjects. That you have to learn and die in.

  • Yes, for the most part schools kill creativity.

    It is especially true that creativity is killed in school children when it is an over crowded and poor situation. If there are many kids in one class room and only one teacher with no aides or help or good resources and art materials, it is likely the teacher is kept busy just managing behavior and trying to instill conformity and the basic subjects.

  • Schools Do Not Kill Creativity

    There is no reason to believe that schools kill creativity. Schools, in general, foster an understanding of multiple subjects and help people learn how to better express themselves. Schools also offer classes in the arts, as well as music. The ability to learn about different art forms and mediums is essential to becoming more creative.


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