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My schools where pretty good, and had some decent teachers. Few did little to give a good historical perspective. Most taught the world outside of Europe wasn't important, and middle eastern culture was Islam. But that was consistent with the times.

The average US citizen is not known for their worldliness.

With the emulation of the factory, and the loss of the workshop as exemplar; the school systems have increasingly lost focus. May we regain focus, may we find a way to educate our children to be good thoughtful human beings.

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