Do schools put too much pressure on kids?

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Laura Rosa

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Member since August 13, 2014
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In my opinion, schools currently put too much pressure on children. In a way, it shows them the competitive side and the pressure of "being better than the other." Children are "formatted" in this competitive society and sometimes do not remove the "pleasure" of studying. They see the school as an obligation and not as a resource for building their own future.

The pressure caused by the overload of homework, tests, etc. damages the student. Should we think in a more sustainable way of educating children and not just the spirit of competitiveness? (I accept the competitiveness in a healthy way, showing us will be getting better and develop)

* I apologize if I was unclear about this article.

** Thanks for reading!





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