The most fundamental and lasting lessons a child learns are those which were never deliberately taught them or added to a curriculum. That’s why teaching weakness is such a grave sin against them and our nation.
And that’s what our public school systems are doing, whether they intend to do so or not. While the pic shown above is more than a little “anvilicious,” and I certainly don’t advocate keeping schools open when it’s actually dangerous to try to reach them, it does show the degeneration of the system into cowardice and weakness.
What the children actually learn is that any form of hardship and any form of risk is firm ground for not trying. They learn to expect things to be easy and to not attempt that which is hard or uncomfortable. They learn to be weak.
Why do you think the Millennials have turned out so bad?