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TheCaterpillar · 41-45, F
Economics and financial planning, yet they don't
LachrymoseLamer · 51-55, M
Life skills and actually being able to think for yourself.
cherokeepatti · 61-69, F
Critical thinking, not that it is.
Good food :)
NCCindy · 31-35, F
A subject I could go on with forever --

-- How to live your life in a classy way
-- Kindness and Caring
-- Science and Math so you understand the way the world works
-- An appreciation of the culture of others
How to spell "Important" for one, also what that red line under the text means. :)
Nefarious · 22-25, M
One very important thing that we seem to fail to teach people is that the standard form of "education" is not the only route. We force people into these square little rooms and flash a bunch of facts and pictures in front of them, then tell them that how successful they will be is contingent on how good they are at repeating back what we showed them. It's brainwash. Creativity and exploration and experimentation and [i]experience[/i] need to be integrated into education. Freedom of thought is severely undervalued.
ManicMicah · 22-25, M
I think "How To Be An Adult" should be a mandatory class in every high school. Yet they don't have a class like this to help people actually prepare for life outside of high school.
cherokeepatti · 61-69, F
I agree with you on many don't know how to budget, set priorities and find alternative ways to save money and end up going back home.
MartinTheFirst · 22-25, M
Greenbare · 70-79, M
Freedom. History. Home construction and repair. Home keeping and cooking. Machine shop techniques including welding and auto repair. Economics. Freedom.

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