- Registration time
- Last login
- Online time
- 519 Hour
- Reading permission
This post was edited by Jaaja at 2016-12-15 15:51|
seneca Post time: 2016-12-15 12:03
I know a lot of people are smarter than the both of us; billions are smarter than you, and perha ...
Have you ever been to an African country??? One with "little wealth but more equal income distribution"??? If youy had been in Africa you would perhaps realise that your post is nonsense.
My comments were not opinions or personal observations, but citings from a scientific research done by competent scientists, published in academic peer-reviewed European journal.
This, and previous researchs on the subject, show that for statistical effect, decreasing gap between rich and poor is more effective way to improve children's physical health than allocating resources to PE education, especially if such allocation would be away from "important" subjects (namely the 3 PISA subjects).
In rest of your post, you call China to train more "carpenters, mechanics, plumbers, electricians with a solid training." in vocational schools.
Earlier you criticized China for concetrating on PISA subjects. Well guess what - quality employees in those vocational professions come with knowledge of math, science and reading - not sports, arts, or music.
If you want more of this type of professionals, then focusing in PISA subjects (not the rankings but the subjects) is right way to go.
What I agree with, and what has also been observed in west (at least in my home country) is that not all children should pursue higher degrees. But even those kids would do better with high scores in PISA subjects.