GED ain't shit if you're going to college. Plus there's a stigma around it that'll make people think you're a crayon muncher. But yeah it's not a problem if you're planning on attending Harvard Extension School early. The truth is most people aren't much good at learning what's expected of them on their own.
if you want a job thats not mcdonalds yea
I get the stigma, you know relation to pic related. But it bring fourth a true that most over look. HIGH SCHOOL COULD BE DONE IN 4 TEST. It proves that how the youth are educated are mostly a waste. The same amount of education could be done in less time and leave more time for more important things like studying for college or a trade. Does high school exist just for tradition, so them kids can make friends and have them memories? In that case, it is a retarded waste of everyone's goddamn time.
How high school teaches their subjects and conduct it self is retarded. How is anybody going to learn from some pounce mumbling some boring ass subject? Couldn't they just hand the kid a transcript of what this boring, erectile having ass, has to say? On top of that. How is anybody suppose to learn when they put obviously incompatible students in the same building for a day. How do the people managing this think this is at all efficient.
because highschool its day care for dumb teenagers so that they are supervised instead of been doing dumb shit, imagine if all teens didnt go to school the shitshow it would be
This and the fact that teachers need jobs proves my point further.
Teacher shill this forum of general high school level education to the retards so the mid IQs go to there institutions instead so they don't look like idiots on their resume and job application.
It sounds like the work of a little tribe called the J-*gets tackled by /redacted/ personnel of unknown origin*
If you know how stupid the average person really is, then you shouldn't be going around saying such things. Clearly you've never tried teaching anyone what they needed to know in a classroom. Most overlook your truth because it doesn't hold true for the vast majority of people. Finland has one of the best public education systems in the world, and you'd just have them do away with it all. Even the super competitive and test hungry East Asian countries aren't that crazy.
>How is anybody suppose to learn when they put obviously incompatible students in the same building for a day.
In other words, bring back classroom segregation for the black kids!
>studying for college
So you want to produce even more elites that will end up being underemployed.
Standardized testing isn't that great because then you will have teaching to the test. With the internet, it's already concerning enough that few people actually know things instead of looking it up.
If things were even slightly more efficient, most people's eyes would bleed. The emphasis on efficiency is such that we're already heading into neo-feudalism as it is. Institutions are indispensable amidst this. The arts and humanities which make life worth living need to be subsidized by more profitable fields.
High school is obviously not intended for the smart winners, but usually those are still the same people that manage to make the most out of it despite their complaints. These are the kids that already have a side gig as teens making almost as much as adults do. Bright people do just fine for the most part, and those the ones that actually matter to the economy.
You get what you pay for: public education is the bare minimum and a necessary evil. Put your money where your mouth is and try to homeschool a kid of your own with your own self-proposed curriculum. You must remember that even the ancient philosophers studied at academies although they were very different from our schools.
You think you're smart for realizing literacy and mass conscription go together because of the social contract since the French Revolution? Things are the way they are for a reason, and they're slowly but surely changing in the 21st century because university was never meant to be vocational school. Go find out what nobles do with their children.
Child prodigies do not take the GED. They skip grades and even then they have maturity issues.