Ok, now THAT is funny.
The easier solution would be for the government to forgive student debt and for there to be low-cost colleges like in Europe.A bit late, but his idea of what education in America should be:
OK, here is "The Education World of Cappy"
One, there would be no mandatory attendance past the 5th grade. The state would provide vouchers for students to attend schools until they have the basics of reading, writing, and arithmetic, and after that, the state no longer cares if your kid is in school or not. It would be up to the family to decide if they're going to keep their kid in school past the 5th grade.
Two, there would be no public schools. All schools would be private and the government would provide vouchers for those who are too poor to afford schooling.
Three, any trouble makers would be kicked out. bullies could be beaten by the teachers. Physical discipline would be allowed. Any shit students would and could be expelled. After that it would be up to other schools as to whether or not allow trouble makers into their school.
Four, progress/advancement/graduation would depend on ability, no age. You could in theory pass high school at the age of 7 if you master the subjects and test out of it. There is no reason to keep smart kids with stupid ones for 13 years of education.
Fifth, you would only attend until 16. There is no reason it takes 13 years to educate children this much. We can easily lop off 2 years of unnecessary bullshit.
Sixth, as much education could be done over the internet as possible. If you can pass the test either in person or online, I don't care. You passed the test. homeschooling would be a completely viable option and you could just have to show up to test at the local school to get certified.
Seventh, starting at the 6th grade the school would become military. Drills, exercise, uniforms, discipline. Not mean or beatings or anything like that...unless some kid mouths off.
Eighth, English and writing would be eliminated after the 5th grade and the curriculum would be practical education hence forth. STEM, IT, trades, agriculture, medicine, civics, economics, construction, firearms, martial arts, survivalist training, etc. This would require a fair amount of labs and hands on work. We would also be constantly in contact with employers to see what was in demand and incorporating those skills into the curriculum.
Ninth, mandatory military service. 2 years, have a cup of STFU and then you can vote upon completing those two years.
Tenth, teachers would be required to have 5 years minimum experience in their field. Nobody with a liberal arts degree or "education degree" would be allowed to teach. A bum off the street who has 10 years experience programming, but no degree would be hired over the fuckwit, know-nothing cunt with her doctorate in "education." They can set up private schools and colleges all they want, but you'd be an idiot to pay for attending when there's a perfectly good library on every corner.
Eleventh, colleges and universities would be eliminated (or funding completely cut) and replaced with a national certification board. You would test and get certifications, not degrees. Certifications specifically addressing skills like accounting, programming, supply chain management, welding, etc. etc that would not already be otherwise offered via unions, the various CPA state boards, or IT certification entities. There would be no "4-8 years in college" BS. Just a test you may pay some nominal sitting fee for. This national certification board would be publicly funded, but enlist the help of industry experts to develop the tests and standards to ensure students have the required skills.
Anyway, that would be the rough outline of "Cappy's Education Industry".
No English or writing? Spergs like Aaron look down on the ability to construct a coherent argument, or even spell, but in the real world such talents have their uses. No matter how good a mathematician or scientist is, he's going to have to convey his ideas clearly to a general audience if he wants them to be put to good use, to take just one example.It's normal Aaron, he's got a point (one that's open to debate) but he's gotta make it edgy just to be edgy. Teachers can beat up kids if they want/need. Come on asshole, (his title not mine), you are trying to be Shadow the economist.
He is self-published and the most common criticism on his books if you've seen the Amazon reviews is how sloppy his writing is. Aaron doesn't care, but I don't think it makes it right to churn out slop for a quick buck. Readers deserve better.No English or writing? Spergs like Aaron look down on the ability to construct a coherent argument, or even spell, but in the real world such talents have their uses. No matter how good a mathematician or scientist is, he's going to have to convey his ideas clearly to a general audience if he wants them to be put to good use, to take just one example.
If nobody has to study English, then surely standards would be so lowered that his books would be the best.He is self-published and the most common criticism on his books if you've seen the Amazon reviews is how sloppy his writing is. Aaron doesn't care, but I don't think it makes it right to churn out slop for a quick buck. Readers deserve better.
There's a lot of value in being able to commmunicate properly if you're in the IT world and need to explain something to a layman or someone higher up in the company. They expect you to have decent writing skills.
It has been estimated that Herman Cain's utterly ridiculous "9-9-9" tax plan would have halved US federal tax revenue, while increasing taxes substantially for the vast majority of Americans.Been too long, but our old captain says this man should have been president:
He went to the University of Minnesota for finance but that's about where it ends. Don't really see any evidence he put that degree to much use. He was a security guard for a good long while and only really notable thing he has done is asshole consulting. People paying him for advice seems little odd considering he doesn't have much experience in finance really to backup any advice he gives. Not saying all of it is worthless, but a lot of it is common sense. But overall this isn't the guy I'd trust to have advising some more serious finanical decisions. I'll admit I was curious about him when I heard about the book "bachelorpad economics" but stayed because he seems to have connections within the manosphere.Does anyone know what Clarey does or did for a living and whether or not he's got any background in academic economics? I get the feeling he's just a major poser like other manosphere has-beens like Aurini but he comes off so arrogant I can't help but hate the fuck out of him
Haha, this guy.Gay men and straight women's preferences do not play into the economy, apparently.