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I find European history quite interesting. I am a medieval enthusiast myself.
The trends of the past affect the current society.
hmhmhmhmhm... okay both of you are right...
but then there's the idea that students these days are filling themselves with information that won't help them get a job. relevance and all that jazz.
ok now i'm wondering when this idea actually applies ksldjflksjdf
Part of me thinks it's to pass down culture in a mechanical, mass-production style educ. institutions were (in)famously build for.
Not sure about the state of formal education in your country, but the public ones in mine has been gradually adjusting its curriculum and removing said irrelevant subjects in favor of subjects that teach practical skills/experiences that are usually only offered in vocational schools.
it could more useful then you think
I also think more practical skills should be nurtured in children. That being said, history plays a important part in learning children about their ancestry, mistakes they made and forming a cultural identity.
I should note that I find many subjects in school equally important to developing our generations
are you a teacher
Nope, I just sound too wise sometimes XD
also i think a teacher could be in any age