The Fall of the Classroom By James Reed

     The government wonders why kids are not learning, and what could possibly be wrong with our education system. Forget the political correctness, just consider that there really is a blackboard/white board (we must not discriminate) jungle:
  https://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/law-order/renmark-high-student-stabbed/news-story/d19bd2f109ae6b795d08a6924e0e880d?utm_source=The%20Advertiser&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=editorial

     This sort of US-style violence is becoming more common in  Australian schools. It is not at US levels yet, by a long way, but we have been put on the same path. Nobody should wonder why schools, and students are in rapid decline compared to ordered, disciplined countries like Japan, and places like Singapore. Schools are in the frontline of the cultural war and the students are the meat in a very foul and rotten sandwich, the snack food from hell.

 

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