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    You're on a website with a bunch of people who debate for fun!You're on a website with a bunch of people who debate for fun!You're on a website with a bunch of people who debate for fun!You're on a website with a bunch of people who debate for fun!You're on a website with a bunch of people who debate for fun!You're on a website with a bunch of people who debate for fun!

  • Yes and No

    It really depends on how you use the educational institutions available to you. Yes, public schools have a history of imposing social rules onto the populous they have governed, but today they're failing to do that. Modern cultures (those with access to modern communication and transport networks) are changing faster than ever, so governing bodies have less and less societal control over the individuals they rule. Basically, if in 1850 your teacher told you that unicorns had been discovered, you'd might believe them because you have no evidence to prove them otherwise. But If they told you that today, you'd just search google and realize that they were full of crap. It is also true that education seems to always be in dire need of reform, because this is another byproduct of living in an ever-changing modern world. But all flaws set aside, the fact that in most developed areas of Earth, education is available to most children from their early childhood to young adulthood is astonishing. If you told someone 200 years ago that they had to complete a calculus class to finish high school and get a well paying job, they'd think you were insane. The fact of the matter is, despite its flaws, the modern education system benefits humanity as a whole and should be available to more people than it already is.

  • I love school

    School rocks we get to see friends i love friends hhhhhhhh h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h h

  • My school days

    I enjoy my school days In many different ways like playing studying n do lots of fun in that time I do the some as well I do my study very well along with my curriculum activities like the singing dance arrenging the programme and I take part in the scout guide

  • School is cool.

    When I was at school I would listen to the teachers and study plus the fact I have glasses and was at the top of the class only increased my coolness as everyone new I would become wealthy in the future which in turn led to me getting all the girls.

  • Yes and no

    I say yes and no because school for me passes the time and it helps me learn and I enjoy learning but also no because I don't enjoy the hours or some topics that I must learn like math and gym but all in all school is pretty cool and sometimes fun too.

  • Meh i just copyed and pasted this guys thing or girl lol xd xd xd

    Yes and No It really depends on how you use the educational institutions available to you. Yes, public schools have a history of imposing social rules onto the populous they have governed, but today they're failing to do that. Modern cultures (those with access to modern communication and transport networks) are changing faster than ever, so governing bodies have less and less societal control over the individuals they rule. Basically, if in 1850 your teacher told you that unicorns had been discovered, you'd might believe them because you have no evidence to prove them otherwise. But If they told you that today, you'd just search google and realize that they were full of crap. It is also true that education seems to always be in dire need of reform, because this is another byproduct of living in an ever-changing modern world. But all flaws set aside, the fact that in most developed areas of Earth, education is available to most children from their early childhood to young adulthood is astonishing. If you told someone 200 years ago that they had to complete a calculus class to finish high school and get a well paying job, they'd think you were insane. The fact of the matter is, despite its flaws, the modern education system benefits humanity as a whole and should be available to more people than it already is.

  • Meh i just copyed and pasted this guys thing or girl lol xd xd xd

    Yes and No It really depends on how you use the educational institutions available to you. Yes, public schools have a history of imposing social rules onto the populous they have governed, but today they're failing to do that. Modern cultures (those with access to modern communication and transport networks) are changing faster than ever, so governing bodies have less and less societal control over the individuals they rule. Basically, if in 1850 your teacher told you that unicorns had been discovered, you'd might believe them because you have no evidence to prove them otherwise. But If they told you that today, you'd just search google and realize that they were full of crap. It is also true that education seems to always be in dire need of reform, because this is another byproduct of living in an ever-changing modern world. But all flaws set aside, the fact that in most developed areas of Earth, education is available to most children from their early childhood to young adulthood is astonishing. If you told someone 200 years ago that they had to complete a calculus class to finish high school and get a well paying job, they'd think you were insane. The fact of the matter is, despite its flaws, the modern education system benefits humanity as a whole and should be available to more people than it already is.

  • Meh i just copyed and pasted this guys thing or girl lol xd xd xd

    Yes and No It really depends on how you use the educational institutions available to you. Yes, public schools have a history of imposing social rules onto the populous they have governed, but today they're failing to do that. Modern cultures (those with access to modern communication and transport networks) are changing faster than ever, so governing bodies have less and less societal control over the individuals they rule. Basically, if in 1850 your teacher told you that unicorns had been discovered, you'd might believe them because you have no evidence to prove them otherwise. But If they told you that today, you'd just search google and realize that they were full of crap. It is also true that education seems to always be in dire need of reform, because this is another byproduct of living in an ever-changing modern world. But all flaws set aside, the fact that in most developed areas of Earth, education is available to most children from their early childhood to young adulthood is astonishing. If you told someone 200 years ago that they had to complete a calculus class to finish high school and get a well paying job, they'd think you were insane. The fact of the matter is, despite its flaws, the modern education system benefits humanity as a whole and should be available to more people than it already is.

  • Meh i just copyed and pasted this guys thing or girl lol xd xd xd

    Yes and No It really depends on how you use the educational institutions available to you. Yes, public schools have a history of imposing social rules onto the populous they have governed, but today they're failing to do that. Modern cultures (those with access to modern communication and transport networks) are changing faster than ever, so governing bodies have less and less societal control over the individuals they rule. Basically, if in 1850 your teacher told you that unicorns had been discovered, you'd might believe them because you have no evidence to prove them otherwise. But If they told you that today, you'd just search google and realize that they were full of crap. It is also true that education seems to always be in dire need of reform, because this is another byproduct of living in an ever-changing modern world. But all flaws set aside, the fact that in most developed areas of Earth, education is available to most children from their early childhood to young adulthood is astonishing. If you told someone 200 years ago that they had to complete a calculus class to finish high school and get a well paying job, they'd think you were insane. The fact of the matter is, despite its flaws, the modern education system benefits humanity as a whole and should be available to more people than it already is.

  • Boring as hell

    It really depends on how you use the educational institutions available to you. Yes, public schools have a history of imposing social rules onto the populous they have governed, but today they're failing to do that. Modern cultures (those with access to modern communication and transport networks) are changing faster than ever, so governing bodies have less and less societal control over the individuals they rule. Basically, if in 1850 your teacher told you that unicorns had been discovered, you'd might believe them because you have no evidence to prove them otherwise. But If they told you that today, you'd just search google and realize that they were full of crap. It is also true that education seems to always be in dire need of reform, because this is another byproduct of living in an ever-changing modern world. But all flaws set aside, the fact that in most developed areas of Earth, education is available to most children from their early childhood to young adulthood is astonishing. If you told someone 200 years ago that they had to complete a calculus class to finish high school and get a well paying job, they'd think you were insane. The fact of the matter is, despite its flaws, the modern education system benefits humanity as a whole and should be available to more people than it already is.

  • Meh i just copyed and pasted this guys thing or girl lol xd xd xd

    Yes and No It really depends on how you use the educational institutions available to you. Yes, public schools have a history of imposing social rules onto the populous they have governed, but today they're failing to do that. Modern cultures (those with access to modern communication and transport networks) are changing faster than ever, so governing bodies have less and less societal control over the individuals they rule. Basically, if in 1850 your teacher told you that unicorns had been discovered, you'd might believe them because you have no evidence to prove them otherwise. But If they told you that today, you'd just search google and realize that they were full of crap. It is also true that education seems to always be in dire need of reform, because this is another byproduct of living in an ever-changing modern world. But all flaws set aside, the fact that in most developed areas of Earth, education is available to most children from their early childhood to young adulthood is astonishing. If you told someone 200 years ago that they had to complete a calculus class to finish high school and get a well paying job, they'd think you were insane. The fact of the matter is, despite its flaws, the modern education system benefits humanity as a whole and should be available to more people than it already is.

  • Meh i just copyed and pasted this guys thing or girl lol xd xd xd

    Yes and No It really depends on how you use the educational institutions available to you. Yes, public schools have a history of imposing social rules onto the populous they have governed, but today they're failing to do that. Modern cultures (those with access to modern communication and transport networks) are changing faster than ever, so governing bodies have less and less societal control over the individuals they rule. Basically, if in 1850 your teacher told you that unicorns had been discovered, you'd might believe them because you have no evidence to prove them otherwise. But If they told you that today, you'd just search google and realize that they were full of crap. It is also true that education seems to always be in dire need of reform, because this is another byproduct of living in an ever-changing modern world. But all flaws set aside, the fact that in most developed areas of Earth, education is available to most children from their early childhood to young adulthood is astonishing. If you told someone 200 years ago that they had to complete a calculus class to finish high school and get a well paying job, they'd think you were insane. The fact of the matter is, despite its flaws, the modern education system benefits humanity as a whole and should be available to more people than it already is.

  • Cool and uncool

    Cool:
    You see your friends
    You get iPads (in my school)
    Uncool:
    Boring
    Homework
    Useful:
    You get to have the privilege to study for whatever job you want
    Unuseful:
    Boring
    Technically speaks no sometimes it's fun and sometimes it is boring at least we have student appreciation day! Ice cream!

  • School? Not too much

    School is shit point blank period.......... S c h o o l i s s o s h i t p o i n t b l a n k p e r i o d . E n d o f s t o r y... So shut up fuckers!!!!!

  • School no fun

    School no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no funschool no fun

  • No NO NO!!!!!

    School is not cool. It may be nessacary for our future, but it is not COOL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . .

  • No no no!!! What are you people thinking???

    How is sitting in class listening to teachers all day, doing tests, etc cool??? I mean sure, we get to hang out with our friends but most of our school day is spent in the classroom not talking to our best buddies!!! School causes so many problems! Ever heard of bullying? That happens a lot in school. We make bad choices in school as well as good. So no school is so not cool.

  • No, and this is why.

    Modern, public education is nothing but a method to impose societal-bound indoctrination onto the youth. It teaches they "obey and conform". It teaches them not to question, not the be the skeptic. It strips them of their creative passion and replaces it with a systematic mindset, revolving around a preset, modeled life enforced by society.

    So no, school is -not- cool.

  • No just no

    School is for learning not for fun ITS NOT COOL . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . .. . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .


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