Asked by Anonymous
The answer to your first question… No, thanks for asking. :)
Teachers have a great purpose, yes. But they’re going beyond their purpose and encroaching on that of family. Teachers don’t take precedent over parents. The way education would work best is for teachers and parents to work together. Heck, parents can even be the teachers. Homeschoolers generally test higher than public schoolers, just to mention, before you go off about any misinformed stereotypes.
By the way, you’re using the argument I already addressed, if you would read my previous statement fully, like a well-educated person. Relying solely on the government for our education is not the only, nor the best, answer. And about teenage pregnancy… Um, like it’s not happening now? Good job, teachers! But if you look at, say, the 50’s, when parents were more involved in teaching their children…look at the teen pregnancy rate there. Now open your mouth and try to argue some more.
Capable members of society existed before the government took over the education system. You’re just another brainwashed socialist nut. I will leave education to the people affected and influenced by education. Including myself. Another thing about homeschoolers. We generally do a lot of thinking about different methods of education. We look into it. We get involved. It’s what we were taught to do. By our parents.
Have a nice day.