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The difference between the denominational system and the public school system is all the difference between bolstering them up on the one hand and letting them alone of the other.
In addition to a well-funded school system, we need to encourage and exploit innovative approaches for learning outside the classroom.
Just as computer science is missing from our school system, so is science fiction.
I think the future of psychotherapy and psychology is in the school system. We need to teach every child how to rarely seriously disturb himself or herself and how to overcome disturbance when it occurs.
I’m not a very good advertisement for the American school system.
Earlier today, Arnold Schwarzenegger criticized the California school system, calling it disastrous. Arnold says California’s schools are so bad that its graduates are willing to vote for me.
Growing up in Houston I did go through the public school system. I went to Parker Elementary, Johnston Junior High and Westbury Senior High.
The farther away you get from being inside the school system the more of a learning curve it becomes to understand TikTok.
I have nothing against employment but it seems that our school system is too focused on training good employees but not good entrepreneurs. There should be a balance. We should learn from the entrepreneurial mindset of the Chinese.
The school system has become a part of this huge government machine, governed by people who aren’t close to the situation. That’s why I’m a Republican. I believe in small government.
I’m really a product of an excellent school system and supportive parents. My high school band director gave me recordings of Louis Armstrong, Kenny Ball, and contemporaries like Nicholas Payton.
The thing that what we’re taught in the public school system is everything you should know, I disagree with that. The most brilliant people in the world were dropouts – not that I’m pro-dropping out.
It’s not that our high school system was not designed well, but that it was designed in 1906 when the country was just out of the industrial era. There hasn’t been a substantial systemic change the way we do high school since then.
The public school system doesn’t get everybody. Every generation has its rebels.
The music departments in the public school system gave me a really extraordinary foundation and music appreciation that I still draw from, even today.