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nicestwarlockchipburcham
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05 Sep 2017, 23:18 #81

a ? for you, GreenPartyvictories2017+, do you think that proposed Constitutional Amendment to provide education to all should supercede religious persons decision's(') about education? like requiring the Amish or other(s) to know about some technology so they'll know how to interact with said technology to avoid dangerous accident(s)? also, some person(s) in Amish or other religion(s) might want to learn about or interact with technology that exists beyond 19th Century
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nicestwarlockchipburcham
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22 Sep 2017, 17:06 #82

81, make sure each student that rides a schoolbus has high definition sunglasses to protect his or her eyes from sunlight;

82, have chess and checkers updated for more diversity (why have 13th Century pieces when there can be photographs of you sort of shaped like said 13th Century pieces) and democracy (how about CoPresident, First Lord xor First Lady, etc.?);

83, have each student do physical activity for no more than 45 minutes at a time to greatly prevent toxic protein from happening;
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01 Oct 2017, 20:53 #83

Um nicestwarlockchipburcham, yes, a Constitutional Amendment to provide for education must require authorities to provide education to all persons despite any other previous Amendment(s).
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02 Oct 2017, 03:51 #84

I think the topic of a constitutional amendment providing for education is interesting. Not sure if it is considered covered under the equal protection clause of the 14th amendment. The equal protection clause would require the education to be provided to all if educaton were provided to any, I believe.
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06 Oct 2017, 15:04 #85

i find the idea of a Constitutional Amendment to be extraordinary :) but i don't think the 14th Amendment would obligate that each person must learn and cooperate with identical education (S+ Superb GPA) because if that was to occur, then that would probably be totalitarian; my take on the 14th Amendment is what GreenPartyvictories2017+ was getting at, so to achieve equal protection clause of education with new Constitutional Amendment, would obligate that each person be required to achieve at least a "B-" GPA, because according to GreenPartyvictories2017+, a B- GPA is lowest above average GPA, but vital education (like health and safety) should probably be at least an A-
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31 Oct 2017, 21:02 #86

Hey nicestwarlockchipburcham, for #2, how about replacing IQ with most recent previous course's comparable G.P.A. for that course like for example scheduling a student, that got a B- to a B+ in high school English I course class with other students that got a B- to a B+ in high school English I or higher (if there's room) for her or him and them to be scheduled in high school English II, because IQ merely indicates some knowledge gathered and how to apply that knowledge, instead of specific knowledge gathered and applied like for example in high school English I.

Also, health and safety should be at least an A+ or higher (with extra credit, not sure what this letter should be for a grade above 100%) to save as many lives as possible.

And let's have World Geography and World History each be optional college equivalent courses offered in high school (and in colleges and universities if possible) instead of obligatory because some students might have immigrated from countries that have huge amounts of violence (optionalizing those two courses can lessen post traumatic stress, and that will provide for improved academics and improvements in extra-curricular activities); perhaps optionalizing language courses would also be a good idea.
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