whatsitmatter9096 karma2020-08-21 19:00:38 UTC
As a teacher I'm sure you are aware of the total BS going on in public schools. Not referring to anything covid or political. But simply the fact that teachers have absolutely no disciplinary power anymore. You can't punish kids anymore or even give them their true grades because of parents now a days. Now to add the absolute insanity and unprecedented nature of COVID-19, do you believe it is time to take a serious look at transforming the public school system and dare I say privatize it? I'm a 18 year old class of 2020 civic graduate. I ask this question because after k through 12 myself and nearly all of my peers feel we did not learn a damn thing and are absolutely underprepared for the trials and tribulations of life.
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whatsitmatter9095 karma2020-08-21 19:15:48 UTC
Well first of all I'm glad most everyone feels as we do. The only thing I would respond back with is, public school has failed us already.( royally fucked us is how I would put it) So how can we put our faith in the already screwed up system to correct itself and put us first. Just to clarify I completely agree with the solution!! I just dont know how we implement. If it is even possible
whatsitmatter9094 karma2020-09-06 18:46:37 UTC
We don't have a water scarcity problem. We have a salt problem. Do you intend to do any work in the desalination industry? Because sorry to say but selling one use water bottles is just a bandaid especially considering how polluted our world is by plastic.
whatsitmatter9091 karma2020-09-06 19:03:47 UTC
whatsitmatter9091 karma2020-08-26 17:36:25 UTC
What would be the the number 1 piece of advice that you would give to someone who is interested in the cannabis industry? A buddy of mine and I always dream big and talk about when weed would become legal here in NJ and how we would open up a shop.
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