Should the U. S. Teach social-emotional learning in schools since there has been increased support for it after COVID-19?

Asked by: johndavid2372
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  • No, They shouldn't.

    I don't think so because that is so far from the intentions of the founders of public (in some cases private) schools. They were intended to solely provide a basic K-12 education in academic subjects (math, Social studies, Etc). To teach curriculum like the current Social-emotional ideas undermines parental rights in education as these original founders intented it to be. What I mean is 70 or 80 years ago, Schools recognized that some things were just better taught by parents, So they didn't intervene. Now most schools ought to be ashamed of themselves with what they are doing.

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