Better Ed Blogs
Many might say that in the heavily modernized society we live in today, crafts such as sewing really are unnecessary to teach in schools, particularly since one can go to the store and slap down a few bucks for a piece of clothing.
It has seemingly become the norm in schools to teach students to primarily view the world through the lens of three categories: race, class, and gender.
"It's Monday, 8 a.m., and these teens have already mucked stalls in the barn and fed the goats, alpacas and miniature cows."
In recent years, the rise of zero-tolerance discipline policies in schools has resulted in suspensions for … interesting incidents.
It began when the school received complaints about the line ‘God bless us, everyone.’
Certain high schools – spanning from Massachusetts to Minnesota to Idaho – have recently been giving their students a crash course in building houses.
Will these simplifications only serve to pull our children down to the lowest levels of intelligence?
Is it time we considered reinstating the study of logic in today’s schools in order to restore rational discourse in the nation?