The basic purpose of a school is to educate and prepare you for “you’re future”, to (supposedly) give you everything you’ll need to know to be a successful person with a sturdy career. So if the main focus of “you’re future” is one having a good career, and i’m learning everything I need to know for said career, How come most everything I’d learn in school only helps a small minority for each type of class. Why should math, sports etc be considered absolutely valuable for everyone in said classes. It shouldn’t, it isn’t. A while ago I’d started a business called Sandwiches by NL, the basic idea was to deliver handmade, fresh quality pre ordered deli sandwiches directly to an office with a free pun on every wrapper. I learned things about business that I never would’ve remembered in school. I learned about supply and demand, presentation, and approaching people when it felt awkward. You can do a lot more than run lemonade stands, and you don’t need school to do it.
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