keatonatron wrote:Hatori wrote:
I'm totally confused.
But highschool is where they teach the worse and I question authority often. XD
Perhaps you have a highly distorted view of reality, and so the 90% factual information you receive at school is perceived to be 90% BS.
I think I know what America's education problems stem from: students simply don't believe their teachers. Where did this lack of trust come from? And if you had no evidence in the first place that what they are saying isn't true, why did you stop believing?
Okay, I know it's been a while that I've checked this thread, but in response...
I just don't like how school is today. Everything is too "touchy, touchy, feely, feely". EVERYTHING'S OFFENSIVE. That's what you hear from a girl raised in a largely based Republican family. :p
But other than that, it's that I just don't enjoy being in school. I get the good grades, but I just don't like how we learn and stuff. The only classes that are being taught right is probably health class, foreign languages, health classes, certain artistic classes or home ec (that type of stuff), and definately math. Also when we work with grammar and vocabulary too.