Second grade students participated in an election in an elementary school in the US. They voted to have either a "pajama" or "crazy hair" day. In the Philippines, there were elementary pupils holding banners on the street that said "Marcos No Hero".
My daughter participated in the election and she was unhappy with the result. She wanted "crazy hair day". There were more than one section in second grade and "crazy hair day" actually won in her section, but overall the results were different. This is education at work.
In the Philippines, below was a comment from a parent:
There is a huge difference between education and indoctrination.
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