> Jimmy Cincinnati Wrote:
> Mr Keller you really need to pier outside your bubble and realize the
> complexity of this issue. Getting people internet connection and a meal
> only goes so far. Might be all that is needed for some but woefully
> short of what others need. Again there is no perfect fix here, but
> please realize that your plan will also greatly disadvantage many. Like
> I previously stated, The answer likely is somewhere between total shut
> down and returning to pre covid time normals.
It's peer outside of my bubble Jimmy, a pier is something you fish off of, that aside, school was designed to provide information to children, not teach them to be little robots, I'm sorry you had a hard time in school, I did too, I despised every second of it, but maybe for different reasons than you did? The social aspect is bulshit, and causes many serious distress, maybe it's time that changed? How does being a hands on learner help you learn math, or history? I can see it for vocational training, but not basic schooling. If your parents are reality tv watching, phone in face slobs, I can see where your last hope might be school, but that is not the schools issue, it is your parents problem. Socialization is taught in the home, and if you are too busy working to do that, you should NOT have children. They depend on you to learn how to be human, the schools exist to teach them to read and how to learn, not how to act, to think otherwise is utterly insane, parenting is a 24/7 job and if at least half of your union can't or is too lazy to do that, you have no business reproducing.