- Dec 2018
Tell me if you see a common connection between these 27 different countries.
So you might ask, 'what is the common connection'?
Well, what are they all studying in these 27 different Countries?
I will tell you what 'I' see.
I see them being taught to respect and honor those in 'authority'. But what are they learning from the textbooks was the question. What are they learning from those textbooks while learning about respect and honor towards those in authority? Why do they all appear to be 'agreeing' on the same textbook materials in all 27 different countries while learning to honor and respect their authorities? To whom are they teaching honor and respect? Who are the authorities they are learning to respect and honor? Their parents? Their school? Their community? Their classroom? Whom and with what textbook material are they learning to honor and respect?
It appears as if they are learning how to respect and honor those in authority but not necessarily of those in their own households.
When a child says, 'i don't like that or I don't like this', as to what they are teaching and how they are teaching, could it be saying 'i don't like how they are trying to replace my parents'?
Look at the segment with the U.S. The little 'black' child is sitting there thinking, 'what is he/she doing trying to tell me that my family is wrong'? 'I don't think this is good'.
well, you might not be able to see it... but still... what are they teaching? me personally, I know that often times the 'teachers' take over the 'childrens'' lives. It is called indoctrination but not by family.
School is supposed to teach certain elements of 'education'. Life and family matters is not 'education'.
But at the same time, the teachers' methods of teaching and creating a certain 'atmosphere' for the classroom could be up to them to decide. And maybe they would decide to make it as if was their study den or their back yard leisure area. nonetheless, these children are not entering into a personal private space of an individual to be entertained by them. They are entering into a school, public or private to learn.
But this is the duty of the Education departments to deal with. And surely they know what they are doing, right? Surely, they do. They are being responsible for the children's lives and welfare, currently and for their future. Surely they would know they are responsible in some way or another, right?
If a person can 'lie' to you and not care about 'your' well being, what makes you think that that person will care about your childrens' well being(s)?
If I don't care that the children are learning how to engage in anal intercourse in 4th grade, why should I care about what their parents think about this?
Or is this statement somehow discriminatory to one of your friends, or something?
High sophisticated technology and not being used properly? What is that?