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1-15-2008 @ 3:24PM
I think some of the detractors here are missing the main point.Children mature and learn better when they are allowed to chase their dreams. Children generally end up neurotic and mentally stunted when they are forced to participate in activities that they abhor.Example… If you have a kid that wants a microscope and wants to learn about plants, but you say “No kid of mine is going to do that wuss stuff… take this football!” you’ve just screwed up your kid and possible deprived the world of the next Mary Del Chilton.Guiding and providing are far more vital to a well rounded human being’s development than enforced structure and the wholesale slaughter of individuality that we see in the public school systems. When it comes to nurturing a young mind, one size does NOT fit all, and if you believe it does, you’ve either bought the company line or are the lowest common denominator that the system is geared for.
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