Inclusivity in the school curriculums

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  1. skrinkle

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    Wow. Are they finally going to talk about "Leaves of Grass" and what it actually meant? Finally?!
     
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  3. 867k

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    How about teaching useful shit, like how to fill out taxes and mortgage applications..
     
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    School isn’t intended to really teach you anything other than basic skills, and how to learn. It just takes humans 12+ years to get that down - we’re stupid by nature, learning goes against our base instincts
     
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    Did you guys ever get them maths problems, where it's like "Rajuvaripet has 3 apples, he gives 1 mango to Uvuvwevwevwe. How many apples does Kowalczyk have?"
     
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    I would say learning about diversity, gender and sexuality is prettt useful.
     
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    If only there were allowed to teach respect and tolerance along with it.
     
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    ask ur prof *professor emoji*:omg::omg::omg::omg::omg::omg::omg::omg::omg::omg::omg::omg::omg:

    chek out cool A+ report card from lil rickie :read:
     
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    I think this will at least help to gain more respect and tolerance from people, open people’s minds. There are so many people who just don’t know any better because they don’t know anything about people outside of their own bubble.

    When I was a teenager my mom told me I wasn’t allowed to go to the gay pride parade because she was worried I could contract hiv. True story. It’s the lack of education that creates bigotry. Another reason sex ed is important.
     
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    omg a quick reply :confused::confused::confused::confused::confused::confused::confused::party::party::party::party:
     
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    how is your bubble? does your mom live there? wat is your moms phone #? jk dont care about you or your mom. how is thursday. jk going to the gym. thx for the logon dump of emotions nexopia. untill next time! catch me on sat night hanging around getting a rum and coke :read::love::love::love::love::love::love::love::love::love::love::love::love::love::love::love::love::love::love::love::love::love::love::typing::tv::yawn::yawn::yawn::yawn:;);)
     
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    Taxes yeah but why would you need someone to teach you how to fill out a mortgage application? You just plug in your info. It’s not hard.
     
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    You just plug information into your taxes too tho, I guess maybe it’s harder if you work for yourself or don’t get a t4 slip idk
     
  14. Gus

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    They can get way more complicated and confusing than that, plus all the math you have to do *faints*

    ...actually I do my own taxes, they aren’t that hard.

    Also tax laws change all the time so teaching people how to do it when they’re young is pointless because in 10 years it might be completely different.
     
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    I use turbotax and it does all the math for me
     
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    Not me, I get the forms directly from the government and do it all manually.
     
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    Dude what drugs are you on, and where can I get some? :lmao:
     
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    Anything relevant to nowaday’s society should be touched on in school imho. I’ve had a discussion about that with my literature teacher. I think it’s ridiculous that we learn how to read medieval poetry, but most of my class mates can’t even write a decent letter.
     
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    Yeah we should learn about all the different ideologies people enjoy today

    My experience at school and even university was that it was mostly just training for some place in the labour market, thinking was not really allowed
     
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    I think that you are advocating for breaking out of the more liberal arts-type schooling that we have now and in favor of a more practical-type?
     

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