School is extremely important to becoming literate. School teaches you how to read,write and do math. You also learn about a range of different subjects,that in turn allow for you event at a really young age to decide what you want to do as an adult. Academic & Career interests are also refined if not developed in school.
At school you learn to coexist around others who don’t necessarily have the same belief systems and teachings as you. At school you learn how to develop relationships with people who aren’t your relatives. At school you learn the kind of person you are around other people, you also figure out what groups of people you enjoy and those that you don’t.
School is vital for becoming literate. The things is when does too much good become bad when speaking about our current state of our education system?
Is all we learn at school good? Does school actually help us in real life?
All of which are abilities you will need for the rest of your life.
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- Failure is the opposite to Success.
- Following the given process is better than seeking out efficiency.
- Being told what to do before doing it.
- Doing ONLY what you are told to do.
- Everybody is restricted by the same rules as you.
- Using free time to escape from the reality of school
- Living for the weekend.
- Doing things you don’t enjoy just because everybody else is doing so.
- Letting your haters affect you.
- Working for money.
Over the next few weeks, I will be spending time providing context for my list of 10 things you need to Unlearn from School.