Message from Outboarduniform in The Right Server #serious
but mathematics wasn't limited to 2+2=4
you need a degree to do the job well
@Mord the requirements for teachers didn’t change I’m pretty sure
Yeah it's common core...
I'm pretty sure we've been teaching calculus in high school for a while now
Morb t's okay if you haven't really thought this out all the way.
The highest math class was personal finance
After Algebra 2
it's an advanced class at mine too
you don't have to take it but you can if you're not dumb
I went to a bougie school then lol
and did higher level math earlier
What's common core up to?
Algebra II right?
you want to argue now?
Algebra 2 is the highest
I think everything else is by your own choice
at least in math
Holy fuck america needs to do better
None of the shit you learn in calculus helps you if you’re looking for a vocational job though
Maybe if you want to be a rocket scientist
I mean true.
BUt if your looking for a college degree it's kind of improtant.
And it's just good to know some.
Yes because graphing three equation absolute value functions will help you so much
It's just the abillity to think in certain ways you feel me?
It's not neccesary but it may have some benefical effect on the way you problem solve.
And well it's certianly not necesarry for a good or happy life, but we should at least try to give everyone the best education possible feel me my dude?
Learning life skills would be better for school tbh
I'll agree with that
l tried finding statistics on college degrees and teachers in the 20th century and couldn't find anu
im not wedded to my ideas
Instead of required Shakespeare
becuase you need a bachelors to teach
nah required literature is good imo