what they say

7 inches wide x 7 inches high

Wow, a president wants to tell schoolchildren to stay in school, to get an education, to make good, and their parents don't want them to listen to someone other than themselves. I'm trying to make this light, but can't. I have to take education seriously. I see the results of those parents, bringing up young people to take no responsibility for themselves, wanting—expecting!—everyone, anyone, to do their thinking for them. "My brain hurts," one tells me. I say, "Yup, that's what I make you do in my classes: use your brain, think for yourself."

Think for yourself.

1 comment:

Quiltin' Mama said...

Agree- Students especially need to think about how they get to the answer not just what it ( answer) is. I am not always in favor with students because I will ask them a question before I answer the question.
Thank you- for letting me see that when I disagree with my children about current events . . . it is showing that they are indeed thinking in ways for themselves be it right or wrong.