Thursday, March 14, 2013
We go to school twelve years only to go on to college for another four to eight more. Then after that, we'll work eight hours a day five days a week. We go to school our whole life, just to work our whole life awy. Where's the freedom in this? I understand this is a part of responsibility but everyone needs a break at some point. I wonder who made this up? Going to school eight hours a day really just seems like some kind of daycare. At my school, we hardly ever do anything productive. I basically just walk about forced to be around people I don't like. Another thing about my school... there's this room they call the bd room where basically kids sit and get their work done for them. If a kid has trouble paying attention in class, or can't handle the work as easy as it is, they just stick them there. Pretty much giving up on that student. Isn't that what you get paid for, Mr. Teacher? Anyone from afar can tell that all my school wants is money. For example, a couple years back we had a snow storm out of no where and the school wouldn't let us leave until we are lunch. Why? Because they don't get paid until the kids eat lunch. They'll risk our lives for the sake of money. Is it worth it, really?