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That's BS. No matter how you frame it, remaining ignorant is NEVER a good choice. Have you ever attended university? A political science class? How about Civics class in elementary, middle, or high school?
Tamara this is not correct. Meet with an elementary school group. Tamara this is "the sky is falling" stuff. What makes the news is not reflective of 90% reality. We thrive in diversity of skin and thought. Our neighborhoods ooze with pride of self
I have a Bachelor's in engineering. Check your biases.
Thank you. I remember history classes, but not civics. Maybe they were combined. I wish today I would have taken a political science class in college.
The first year classes at university in political science are the same as civics, so maybe the reason you aren't finding what you're looking for is because you're looking under the wrong name for the class. PS is part of the core requirements at UNT.
Interesting Venkatachari. I looked about on the net for civics classes worldwide. I couldn't find anything. But, I learned some nations it is within a social studies class that is required. Maybe that is here too.
Tim, we had a separate civics period those days in the 1960s. It was one period, weekly. It is true that it has been a part of social studies. But, it was divided into history, geography, and civics.
Maybe they do teach it today KJ. I really don't know. I have a hunch maybe more will participate of least by voting realizing the importance.
National test maybe is the wrong word. A standardize test? Maybe they are the same. I was thinking about the test to become a citizen and wondered our education system.
I am blown away that there is even a path to high school graduation that does not include several classes in this area.
Wow! It is for sure every year around here.