I remember years ago, when I was in high school, I would complain to myself, “How would this subject help me in my life? I won’t use this when I grow up.” I would later answer this question for myself, and my answer would be “because the school wants to hone your creativity and critical thinking.”
But don’t you wish that there was more in high school than just writing on the board solving math equations, like being taught how to cook, or how to replace a flat tire? Hopefully a school in Kentucky does just this. Bullitt Central High School hosts “adulting” classes such as “tax filing”, “meal prep”, “love letter writing”, and “resume writing”.
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