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Most schools don’t teach that they teach about stds and say the best way to not do that is remain abstinent.
The schools where I live teach a lot about it
It’s sad that they don’t teach important things like these in some places, cause it really could be life changing for a lot of people
Totally agree mine did nothing
What about libraries?
1. I’m opposed to the government running those as well. 2. Libraries cost almost nothing in comparison to what “free education” will cost the US. As the old saying goes, if you think education is expensive now, wait until you see what it costs when politicians make it “free.”
Interesting. It seems we're coming at it from different angles. I'm guessing you're talking about "free" colleges. How about the free demos and youtube sort of free education? People sharing knowledge with others for the sake of (sharing something they find important, or attention, or selling merchandise). No degrees at the end, though.
I fully support the dissemination of information. In the case of YouTube, people can watch ads or pay a subscription fee... whichever they prefer. Similar situations exist for other types of media. My main concern is that it shouldn’t be publicly funded; someone always has to pay. Whether it’s advertising, individual subscriptions, donations, etc. is up to the entity providing the platform.
Having a bunch of people going to study things like communication, marketing, business, management and all sort of bs what gets them an office job where they do some bs paperworks and reports what nobody will ever read and keep checking their Facebook every minute won't get society ahead. But keeping people in school makes unemployment rates look better.
@J2ohhhhh Keep thinking that. All are necessary to function in a society.
Consumerism isn't the definition of a functioning society.