How a Boy Scout Leader Handbook analogy explains how the lofty goals of academia and politicians raped the millennials.

Analogy

Any Boy Scout Leaders who ever experienced taking a large group of boys with various ages, strengths, talents, energies, ambitions, inner drives, curiosities, and lack of personal sense of their safety on a hike into the wild will use a recommended survival tactic to keep control of their well-being.

Boy Scout leaders know this tactic deprives the most talented curious boys, but it is used to control all the boy’s safety from becoming lost or separated on the various paths in the woods.

In other words, it is a survival task that holds back more adventurous or physically talented boys from becoming separated from troops or packs.

The tactic is to put the slowest boys in front to set the pace so as not to let the more adventuristic or stronger boys set the pace which will result in the troop becoming separated from the slower boys.

It is a safety issue which unfortunately, in my opinion, has become a survival issue in most schools by many teachers. Many teachers strongly disagree that this tactic is mandated by their principals in order to comply with political correctness that is mandated on the principals and dictated by Washington politicians.

How and why this came about will be the subject of this post and future posts on this topic of how millennials have been raped by politicians.

Proof

The proof being that although the USA government pays the most in the world for education, the USA lags behind in education of math, science, and reading a comparison of other countries and cultures. HERE

Wisdom and Morals Scoring

The scoring report of wisdom and morals can be obtained by daily reading and hearing USA news reports.  For example, consider the high rates of murders, drug addiction, STD, rapes, robberies, etc. etc. and you decide if wisdom and morals in education is adequate.

King Solomon Chapter 16 `

16 It is better – much better – to have wisdom and knowledge than gold and silver. 17 Those who are good travel a road that avoids evil; so watch where you are going – it may save your life. 18 Pride leads to destruction, and arrogance to downfall. 19 It is better to be humble and stay poor than to be one of the arrogant and get a share of their loot. 20Pay attention to what you are taught, and you will be successful; trust in the Lord and you will be happy. 21 A wise, mature person is known for his understanding. The more pleasant his words, the more persuasive he is. 22 Wisdom is a fountain of life to the wise, but trying to educate stupid people is a waste of time. 23Intelligent people think before they speak; what they say is then more persuasive. 24Kind words are like honey – sweet to the taste and good for your health. 25 What you think is the right road may lead to death. 26 A laborer’s appetite makes him work harder, because he wants to satisfy his hunger. 

In My Next Post

I will explain how government education began and changed over time to the present mediocre foolish path, in my opinion.  Also, Proverb 22 highlighted above will be explained in more detail along with the other proverbs in relation to the subject of wisdom of education, again, in  my opinions.

You decide if the past and present government mandated education path is upward, downward, wise, or foolish.

Regards and goodwill blogging.