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Is the Liberal Public School System so Bad that children and youth that study hard Still Can't Be Successful Without Resorting To Major Dependence On Welfare? Or is Welfare an Easy Way Out? "Why Study? I can Cash In at Age 18 if I just Get A Baby Daddy


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Initial post: Nov 9, 2012 3:43:25 PM PST
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In reply to an earlier post on Nov 10, 2012 12:57:21 PM PST
Lisareads says:
Much of the world has changes in the last 100 years. We had at one time a mix of adults and children. The children learned from the adults common social information and wisdom. Today we have huge schools that have too many people to trust and Skinner/Pavlov bells that ring every 45 minutes to stop real learning. Busing, both parents working away from home, fast food, TV, and a lack of reading by the parents. It is not party politics it is one size does not fit all. Standards and testing discourage learning from inspiration.

The safety net and insurance do not give risky behavior the consequences that are most undesirable. Laws not enforced and the growing divide of material goods as well as the training to be consumers and wage slaves offers little hope for the future. What has been lost is the definition of the quality of life and has been replaced with the greed incentive.

The marketing game and sex sells has been the things our leaders have taught children to worship.
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