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« on: September 03, 2006, 09:14:11 am »

Critics of Bill 52

In spite of all to wisdom acquired over the years in particular when it's toward the encouraging and development
of our children our Liberal government seems to be reverting to punitive measures from the dark ages.
Using the whip of control and negative reinforcement to maintain children in school, but contributing little
to encourage participation, only stressing attendance.

On the other hand, if government was to introduce the idea that it would contribute to the cost of drivers
education for every child who demonstrated, though academically disadvantaged, through persistence
and effort to remain in school until the age of 18 may prove far more effective. Moreover, the result of
such may help bridge the gap between levels of immaturity within this age group and foster many with
the motivation to further studies.

Moreover, the idea of instituting fines for employers, parents who hire or are victims of a failed education
system is nothing more that a punitive money grab that will foster further distaste for these children who
are on the fringes, perhaps forcing many of these children into a subculture that is already within their
grip. Perhaps, it would be far better to use encouragement and create School that are required to provide
half days in class for those who can demonstrate they are employed the other half.

Considering, that today’s evolution with regard to education is a revolving door. With the speed of technology
and world changes the education system requires greater fluidity and flexibility. We no longer can subscribe
to the ideology that what I learned five years ago will be sustainable today. Consequently, Bill 52 is a return
to the dark ages.

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