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 Post subject: If I was king of public education in the 60s:
PostPosted: August 7th, 2006, 11:32 am 
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Hello! If I was the king of public education in
the 60s I would have kept Canada’s flag in the
class rooms and the playing of our
National Anthem as the start of a school day.
(there would have been more algebra too)
I figure at the very least there would be less bullying
in the classrooms and less graffiti and vandalism in Canada – if
they kept our Flag and National Anthem in the class rooms.

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AFAIK, the anthem is still played at the beginning of every school day, as it was when I went to school (I'm 22) I don't recall about the flag though, although I'm pretty sure most classes had a flag on the wall..

I'd be interested to hear your reasoning as to how the world would be a fluffier place with less bullying, graffiti, and vandalism just because the flag and anthem were in the classrooms. I would love to hear how the magic of that works.


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