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  • Because we feel like students are open to their own opinions about the debate.

    Yes, politics should be discussed in schools. Yes, I believe politics should be discussed in school because it will help educate the student about the different political parties and what each party represents or stands for. When the student is old enough to vote, then they will be well prepared to vote for which ever candidates they prefer. This would allow for more young people to be able to vote at 18 and know exactly who and what they are voting for.

  • Because we feel like students are open to their own opinions about the debate.

    Yes Politics Should Be Discussed in the Classroom The classroom is an environment for learning, so of course politics should be discussed. A teacher should not necessarily impose their views on students, but they should absolutely create an environment in which students can discuss politics and how it affects their daily lives. Schools are for learning so politics should be welcome in the classroom.

  • Because, you have the freedom to speak,and your open to your own opinion.

    Your open to your own opinion about the debate,and who you wan to win.Yes Politics Should Be Discussed in the Classroom The classroom is an environment for learning, so of course politics should be discussed. A teacher should not necessarily impose their views on students, but they should absolutely create an environment in which students can discuss politics and how it affects their daily lives. Schools are for learning so politics should be welcome in the classroom.

  • Yes we should

    Believe it or not, kids know a good amount about politics. What we should do, is for example, discuss the presidential candidates and what good and what bad things they can do for the country. We shoudnt choose sides because that can lean to arguments and other bad things. The kids who keep up with politics enjoy expressing their opinion and it would be good for them to learn more about it.

  • Yes, politics must be there in school

    Because of this politics people are aware about their day to day life problems and it empowers the quality of our life .As we all know today politics is misused but not by political group it's only because of the attitude of people this attitude go to hell not political parties .

  • It supports how the future will be shaped.

    The children of schools will someday become the adults, and it is important for them to know how things work in the system that countries do to elect presidents, prime ministers, or other governmental people. Therefore, it should be allowed in all schools to talk about something important that will be a talking point in the future.

  • It's is essential to acessing the world and adressing problems

    Many students are not informed in the world around us that they will be inheriting. This should be a factor that is an open discussion class that students should be enrolled. As far as teacher's bias should have the teacher emphasize that it is THEIR OPINION. And make sure the idea of opinions should not be that of hostility as it also trains them to control themselves

  • Yes, politics should be covered in schools.

    Politics should be discussed in schools, because it's a part of our past history as a country, as well as what will eventually be a part of our history. Much of what happened in our country is related to historical political issues, such as the Revolution. Modern politics should be discussed and taught, as well. Of course, teachers who teach political topics need to try to remain as neutral as possible, and school system should choose books that are, as well.

  • Yes, politics should be discussed in schools.

    Yes, I believe politics should be discussed in school because it will help educate the student about the different political parties and what each party represents or stands for. When the student is old enough to vote, then they will be well prepared to vote for which ever candidates they prefer. This would allow for more young people to be able to vote at 18 and know exactly who and what they are voting for.

  • yes

    Yes politics should be discussed in schools but only educating them about each candidate. Get a supporter of each campaign and tell them to teach the students on what each president is running for. What policies they support and what they dont. Because if they understand at a young age then they will pay attention to politics and care more in the future.

  • No, since many students are not mature enough to participate in such discussions

    Politics should not be discussed in schools. For example, when older students hold forums in the school or express their opinions publicly, it may serve as a bias to younger students and they may support their views and will lack of their own personal critical thinking before choosing their side.

  • No politics in school

    It'll cause arguments and fighting between students. Also, schools telling children how to act and think is a wrong thing to do. Schools want to keep a neutral standard. It keeps teens from fighting. Plus, not all students will agree on everything. They have a right to inform students what's out there, but not who or what they should be supporting.

  • No

    Schools should not discuss politics because it brings in the Teacher's bias. Something like politics can never be discussed without some bias, for example, you might emphasize the wrong doings of the Democrats more then the Republicans or vise versa. Schools should try to remain neutral in all subjects, politics just cannot be one of them,


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