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Does school teach you what you need to know in life?

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Started: 5/1/2019 Category: Miscellaneous
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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your title actually may say "Does school teach you ANYTHING you need or not" and not EVERYTHING. Come on. I know a building of students hated schools, Because some of them that they claim to be useless. The fact is that teaching more than enough is better than not enough.

nothing is perfect. Your school teachers aren't the sharpest person in the world. Nor your curriculum. I said nothing is perfect, So the school may have some "flaws". As your standards, Teaching more than enough may be one, But since elementary/middle school does not directly let you know what you want to be, So they actually teaches everything you may need in the future. In fact this happens, So in high school and colleges there are elective classes, And possibly even own schedules. That solves your problems for being too much left.

nothing is completely useless. Everything has their own way of work. For math, There are many arms of math wait for you to learn. You don't learn them all, But you learn the things you think is useful and left out the others that are useless. If everything is useless, Then it wouldn't even be in the curriculum.
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