Based>10629761>Requiring calculus would make large numbers of students drop out
Why is that bad? The whole problem is too many people get h.s degrees so the only way the business fields have now to filter 10,000 apps is to look for college degrees. If there were less college degrees they would have to hire h.s. Grads again and train on the job like they used it.>>10636772
One nice thing about japanese schools is the teachers have salryed training hours, and they do things like cross train with other teachers during that time like "hey I found this example of this math problem this way works really well" but I am pretty sure the biggest difference is cultural and parents aren’t about to get mad at the teachers if thier dumbshits fail from slacking off.>>10640880
This is true. Ivy leagues are mostly for rich kids, maybe 92% come from either high schools too expensive for everyone else to afford or legacy admissions and the like, people who think we do not have a class system in America are blind.>>10658335>>10658411
Custom education is basically how the elites are taught, and were taught for 1000s of years. Tudors can drill down to the exact part you are stuck on or realize what part of the fundamentals you forgot from 2 years ago. Also elites that go to schools with 12 students per class come pretty close to this, enough time for real individual attention. There is a huge difference between ~12 students and ~20 students you might not understand unless you have experienced it. And of course I went to high school with fucking 41 students in a class, which was no better than watching YouTube leatures.>>10658351
This ignores a lot of your brain does not turn on till about 6th grade. It has been shown you can teach almost all of 1st-5th grade math in one year becuase that is the year you can grasp it intuitively instead of by rote.