They don't need to learn about politics at all--they can have conversations with their parents and such, and friends, on their own time, or take classes in government, there's no need for children unless they're seriously interested to "have to" learn about politics, that's just stupid.
Especially if they learn it when they're young, by some teacher who likely has a skewed view, and just wants to raise young <<insert political party here>>.
This politicalization of society is pointless and asinine, children should learn about politics by discussions with their families and friends, not by some teacher who will just lecture them on his own views.
I see that my views have already been spoken, but I will say this:
Government classes, Advanced Placement courses on History (my AP ART Hist has a particularly avid political lecture involved--wonder what that has to do with Art History) will provide "class digressions" that detail politics, that's it, there's no need to go in depth on skewed views.
So Sergie, your poll and idea is plain stupid.
Last edited by The_Mac (2007-12-13 15:33:51)