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  • School is very stupid!

    They teach you random stuff like when King Tut was born and when Confucius died! Boring! Though there are some important principles it teachs you it is often times stupid!
    And lots of kids are stressed-they have a quiz on Wensday, a test on Thursday, Homework everyday, and Basketball on Tuesday and what not! Teachers are always giving kids such a hard time and are never really understanding or helpful.
    And why does school have to start so early!!!!? I woke up at 6:00 a.M. In 7th grade!! 7th! I was twelve years old when I started waking up at the same time as my dad when he would ready for work!!! And WHY does it have to go on for 6 and a half hours!? I mean, come on! It is RIDICULOIUS!! Why not 5 and a half!? Or even 6!
    If you are a teacher PLEASE just remember when you were a kid and how you probably didn't like to have homework EVERYDAY! Give them an easier time and REALLY try to help them.

  • Constitutional rights disappear when you enter the building

    Constitutional rights disappear when you enter the building

    School is required by law, a parent has to lose their child for 70% of the day every day except for the weekends. It gets worse as the grades progress. You lose recess upon entering middle school, you get into tight schedules, multiple teachers, lockers, stuff like that. You have to pay fees for technology, there are pda bans, dress code.

  • School is fricking stupid

    SCHOOL IS STUPID. Reasons: 1. YOU HAVE TO FOLLOW EVERY FRICKING RULE THEY WRITE. 2. THE RULES THEY WRITE ARE ANNOYING. 3. YOU LEARN THINGS YOU WILL NEVER NEED eg. History of chocolate WHY DO I NEED TO LEARN THAT? ITS USELESS! 4. SOMETIMES YOU 'LEARN' STUFF YOU ALREADY KNOW!

  • Constitutional rights disapear when you enter the building

    School is required by law, a parent has to lose their child for 70% of the day every day except for the weekends. It gets worse as the grades progress. You lose recess upon entering middle school, you get into tight schedules, multiple teachers, lockers, stuff like that. You have to pay fees for technology, there are pda bans, dress code.

  • To say that school is stupid is to only state your opinion.

    Schooling is invariably the most effective way to inform the masses of what it takes to survive in today's society. Ages of compulsory education differ among countries. In some instances, school attendance is not mandatory. The statement that students are separated from their families for "70% of the day except for weekends" is not completely true. Homeschooled children, and children whose parents are teachers, are such exceptions. Granted, the majority of students do not fall into either category; parents do not simply "lose" their kids. Some parents revel at this opportunity of freedom. Other parents work for a living and cannot let their ten year olds sit at home playing Call of Duty all day, every day.

    Perhaps a school's most useful function, is to prepare students for the 'big, bad world'. PDA bans, dress codes, and other such necessary restrictions, all serve this common purpose. That type of behavior is inappropriate in the workplace. Would a reputable law firm hire John Doe, a man who wears Busweiser shirts and flip flops every day of his life? It's doubtful.

    Public schools provide equal opportunity for every boy and girl. Private schools often make up their own rules regulations. Multiples teachers provide students with a wide range of viewpoints and insights that challenge them to think. Tight schedules prepare students to catch their flight connections.

    Schools are great for tricking the populations into abiding by the government's will. Schools are the best propaganda tool for subliminal messaging and for mind-washing. Therefore schools are a product of genius, and not stupidity

  • To say that school is stupid is to only state your opinion.

    Schooling is invariably the most effective way to inform the masses of what it takes to survive in today's society. Ages of compulsory education differ among countries. In some instances, school attendance is not mandatory. The statement that students are separated from their families for "70% of the day except for weekends" is not completely true. Homeschooled children, and children whose parents are teachers, are such exceptions. Granted, the majority of students do not fall into either category; parents do not simply "lose" their kids. Some parents revel at this opportunity of freedom. Other parents work for a living and cannot let their ten year olds sit at home playing Call of Duty all day, every day.

    Perhaps a school's most useful function, is to prepare students for the 'big, bad world'. PDA bans, dress codes, and other such necessary restrictions, all serve this common purpose. That type of behavior is inappropriate in the workplace. Would a reputable law firm hire John Doe, a man who wears Busweiser shirts and flip flops every day of his life? It's doubtful.

    Public schools provide equal opportunity for every boy and girl. Private schools often make up their own rules regulations. Multiples teachers provide students with a wide range of viewpoints and insights that challenge them to think. Tight schedules prepare students to catch their flight connections.

    Schools are great for tricking the populations into abiding by the government's will. Schools are the best propaganda tool for subliminal messaging and for mind-washing. Therefore schools are a product of genius, and not stupidity


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