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Bringing Back The Real Schools
Transcript of Bringing Back The Real Schools
Do you remember the time when we woke up every morning, walking to our bus stop, meeting up with the neighborhood kids and talking about the teacher who always gave pop quizzes? Or the time when we couldn't wait for recess and running around the playground with our friends like crazy maniacs? Oh, and how could we ever forget when our classmates could help each other with homework. But, do you remember how all these people we interacted with in these little moments ended up being the best friends of our lives, because I sure did. And now our children can't have these same simple moments, because there are no real schools for it to happen in. Hey, what happened to Ms. Adamski, the awesome science teacher who barely gave us homework, or Ms. Ceaser the fabulous, young teacher who always laughed at our stupid but funny jokes? Oh yeah, they were replaced by our new mechanical teachers. You can't be taught by humans anymore since they're not as smart as technology.
Let me just say something about this, if it weren't for humans there wouldn't be any technology. Sure they're more quick and and fit in with the contemporary styles we like today, but us humans made them like that. Technology can only do as much as we can make them do. We are the ones with limitless imagination and brains! And you say we aren't smart enough! Well, I say we've got more than what's enough.
If you go to school by yourself, at home with no classmates, how are you gonna celebrate the time when your class graduates out of high school into college, then from college into the real world? What will happen to the grand graduation ceremonies when your parents cry tears of joy and your class throwing their hats in the air? These celebrations get us ready for the real world. They let us have the last moments of our lives, being with our friends and teachers. The teachers who gave us the knowledge and skills to be successful in life, and the friends who supported us no matter what. Without real schools we wouldn't experience these great memories that everyone should have. What everyone in the past did have.
Do you get it now? Bring back the real schools.