Letter to the editor: A good lesson

Posted 3/27/18

A good lesson Education has the power to change lives. We like that our tax dollars go to schools where the next generation learns to read, write and do arithmetic but also to subsidizing recent …

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Letter to the editor: A good lesson

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A good lesson

Education has the power to change lives. We like that our tax dollars go to schools where the next generation learns to read, write and do arithmetic but also to subsidizing recent student walk-outs. Our perspective is that walking out was one of those educational moments.

Unfortunately, like reading or writing, not everyone will learn the lessons. Doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be taught. What’s the lesson? It had to do with learning to reason, with learning about decisions having consequences, with learning about civic engagement and with learning about solidarity. Like the hilarious analogy between school and a job, LPS Superintendent Brian Ewert is the boss and he made a good decision.

T.B. Davidson
Centennial

 

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