Rugoz wrote:I know you're just trolling be at this point but whatever.
Being a teacher is a job. The job is to teach knowledge and the values of the community you are hired by. You don't do your job, you're fired. Simple as that. What teachers do as individuals is totally up to them.
I criticize China for banning a children's book and arresting the people who sold it, not for removing it from the public school curriculum, where it never was in the first place.
Sure I'm biased, but to me @Fasces is leading in this debate.
I used to teach.
Writing 'curriculum' is an aspect of teaching.
So, I think his analogy holds.
There is a common human tendency of being unable to admit when you are wrong.
I am not Judge Judy. So, I am not determining that you are wrong here, @Rugoz .
For me personally, I get told I'm wrong all the time. And I just say, "oh yeah, nevermind, my mistake."
I'm probably on the balance right, slightly more than I am wrong, but I don't care if I'm shown I'm wrong.
But, I don't know if you are wrong here, I think you are, but again; I am not Judge Judy.
I think Fasces comparing writing 'curriculum' to teaching was an apt comparison.
Also, I don't support their choice of literature to write and publish.
In the 'West', it would not be illegal probably, but where they were, it was.