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Sharon Fitzpatrick

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Schools are terrible places for children.

In the name of civilization we lock up our children for seven to twelve hours each weekday..subjecting them to experiences that mark them for the rest of their lives...the least we could do is give them a fair chance and give them school when they have a choice, in college, where they can defend themselves.


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    Mar 10 2013: It is necessary for children to attend school, until they get adequate exposure about world out there. however, they too have to join the race.. Education should be in such a manner where pupils could interact and explore their ideas. whereby achieving the best outcome and could run the race smoother. so no matter, if its college or school... after all they only build the base, rest all we need to construct.. 'its better to be always a positive thinker'.

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