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Re: freeing school: Alayne Leung's idea #123
Reply #230 - Nov 26th, 2019 at 3:47pm
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123, And so privacy of restrooms of gender non-specific hubeings is provided by having every restroom to have a toilet with a closeable lockable door and walls to provide privacy (said closeable lockable door can be unlocked by school authorities in cases of emergencies) ; sinks, near restrooms, in hallways so students  and school authorities and visitors can wash their hands before mealtimes for healthy eating and healthy (non-alcoholism) drinking, and replace urinals with toilets because remember, there could perhaps be times when boys have to use toilets to excrete, because remember usually boys' bodies are bigger than girls' bodies, so boys eat more food and that means more or bigger excrement, and so extra toilets are useful for boys.
  
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Re: freeing school: Alayne Leung's idea #123
Reply #231 - Nov 26th, 2019 at 5:25pm
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AlayneLeung wrote on Nov 26th, 2019 at 3:47pm:
...that means more or bigger excrement, and so extra toilets are useful for boys.
Extra toilets are useful if you have a lot of genders that want to sit down to pee. Smiley

You only need a few Super Capacity Toilets for the people who have extra large excrement.

Chamber pots might be the most ecologically sound solution... These kids really do want to be Green, right?
  

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Re: freeing school AlayneLeung's ideas #124 & 125 & 126
Reply #232 - Dec 8th, 2019 at 5:02pm
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124, encourage hubeing(s) to ask pertinent questions and tell authorities of concerns, fears worries, complaints, or ideas;

125, beware of and investigate neglect and/or abuse(s) of hubeing(s) ;

126, allow public and private and religious educational facilities to exist and function;
  
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Re: freeing school AlayneLeung's ideas #124 & 125 & 126
Reply #233 - Dec 8th, 2019 at 5:30pm
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AlayneLeung wrote on Dec 8th, 2019 at 5:02pm:
124, encourage hubeing(s) to ask pertinent questions
Don't they have to know how to read, and calculate, and think, before they can do that?

Greta Thunberg was sincerely convinced that her questions and accusations were pertinent...

Before you can ask good questions in the field of political economy, you have to have some knowledge and experience... Just sayin'... Dude.
  

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Reply #234 - Dec 12th, 2019 at 9:19am
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Speaking of Greta:

https://reason.com/2019/12/11/greta-thunberg-time-person-of-the-year/?utm_medium...

The lead in:

"Teen activists are righteously angry—but righteous anger does not produce sound public policy."
  

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Re: freeing school
Reply #235 - Dec 12th, 2019 at 9:23am
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More problems resulting from allowing the federal government to intervene in education:

https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/our-federal-student-aid-system-worse-than-...

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"Federal intervention into education began in earnest under LBJ and has had terrible consequences at all levels. Student aid for college has succeeded in raising the cost dramatically while lowering the standards just as badly. It is among the greatest blunders the U.S. has ever made."

More bad results from "progressive" ideas in "education"-

https://www.econlib.org/library/Columns/y2019/Sobeleconomicsstudents.html?utm_so...

A teaser:

"Examining our principles of economics textbooks, one finds the following type of logic: Markets have systematic failures such as externalities, monopolies, business cycles, and public goods, and there is a benevolent omniscient government that can and will come in, properly identify, and correct these things by imposing the ideal solution to the problem. What a disservice we as economists have done to our students! For those readers who have had this type of education in your principles of economics curriculum, I apologize. We, as a profession, have misled you. And for any economics instructors reading, let me tell you how you can do a better job for your students."
  

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Re: freeing school
Reply #236 - Dec 27th, 2019 at 3:09pm
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Jeff, we must have a multipartisan thorough Constitutional Amendment to provide the USA Federal Government a basis for granting Congress the power to provide educaring & educating & edutainment for the USA Population in accordance with all the other parts of the USA Constitution especially with how the supremacy clause and Amendments IX and X relate to each other.

Also, a quote from chip (schoollabor basically means educational facility schoolwork for money and educaring or educating or edutainment) :  Quote:
I’m very concerned about handwriting schoollabor assignments because:

a, there could perhaps be discrimination(s) about whose handwriting of schoollabor assignments is (or are) legiblely legitimate;

b, pencil lead can break and pens could perhaps not drop ink out of them;

c, papers used for schoollabor assignments result of more trees getting cut down if there’s not sufficient supply of paper made from recycled paper, and that hinders reducing bad climate changes;

d, some hubeings could perhaps not afford costs of schoollabor pencil and paper supplies;

e, wildfires or other natural disasters could perhaps destroy schoollabor papers;

f, recordkeeping is usually easier when using software;

g, electronics are much of future events and child(ren) must be capable of mastering electronics so that electronics don’t master child(ren) ;

h, editing mistakes is easier and neater when using software;

i, software can provide proof of having fully (or partially) completed schoollabor assignments;

j, electronic computer memory cards are easier to conceal and that makes them more difficult to steal, and so student(s) is (or are) more likely to have higher morale, and thus he or she (or they) will achieve higher achievements at educational facility or educational facilities.


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for young child(ren) to pass another tesp as a prerequisite to get & keep & and perhaps use  personal weaponry lethal ammunition for defensive purpose(s) , in addition to passing a gun safety course, have (for every child) a reasonable and just and ethical standardized tesp of civics state nouns such as: abbreviations, birds, flowers, post office two letter very shorthands, songs, trees
from Alayne Leung (me) : one drawing or tracing or identifying a different one of those nouns per bullet;
  
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Re: freeing school
Reply #237 - Dec 27th, 2019 at 4:14pm
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AlayneLeung wrote on Dec 27th, 2019 at 3:09pm:
Jeff, we must have a multipartisan thorough Constitutional Amendment to provide the USA Federal Government a basis for granting Congress the power to provide educaring & educating...
Fukk no! Are you crazy? In case you haven't noticed, the people whose usurped power you want to codify (Congresscritters) send their kids to private schools.

That they already have too much power over our schools is why they decide to send their kids to private schools.

That, and the fact that the elite private school system is part of the incestuous elite networking that creates so many defectives among the elites. Shocked Shocked Shocked
  

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Reply #238 - Dec 27th, 2019 at 4:16pm
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AlayneLeung wrote on Dec 27th, 2019 at 3:09pm:
...those nouns per bullet;
Did you mean to say bullets per noun?
  

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Re: freeing school
Reply #239 - Dec 27th, 2019 at 4:18pm
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Jeff, when you replied Quote:
private schools
, did you mean:

a, non-government schools (unique schools) ; or

b, military schools or military academies to learn to rank of Private education training?

Not "bullets per noun", but one noun per bullet.
  
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