September is back to school month. Math makes sense, so we can calculate our personal or provincial debt, or because it makes us flex our brains in a way that makes it grow. Literature is great because books either enlighten us or challenge our understanding of the world. Health class keeps us healthy, gym keeps us fit.
But what subject do you think is sorely lacking from a child or teenager’s education that could really prepare them for the real, hard adult world?
Political Science? Personal Finance Management? Basic Communications, so no one puts an emoji on their resume, or talks to someone of differing opinions like an Internet Troll? Tell us what should be added to the curriculum, and why.
This poll will also accept suggestions on larger scale revolutions in the school system, like “fewer students per teacher, so the teacher can actually answer everyone’s questions in a single period.”