- Ron Tizzard
- March 11, 2013 - 08:34
A good education is a significant, manditory, opportunisitic hand-up road to a good, positive life for those who respect the 'offer'. Don't clutter that piece of sine-qua-non i.e. a good education, by introducing 'distractions'....Driver education is a personal question of 'option', albeit a convenience. DO NOT DOWNGRADE OR CLUTTER A GOOD URGENTLY NECESSARY PROGRAM I.E. A GOOD EDUCATION WITH A CONVENIENCE YOU CAN EASILY WALK TO WHERE YOU HAVE TO GO, OR FIND AN ALTERNATE FORM OF TRANSPORTATION...A PERSONALLY SATISFYING LIFE (ONE WITH CHOICES), FOR MOST, RELIES TOTALLY ON A GOOD-EDUCATION.
- Recent Graduate
- March 09, 2013 - 19:18
Highschool programs are already so cluttered that the last thing we need is yet another required course to keep gifted students from pursuing advanced academic courses (As the current setup prevents them from doing) I'd sooner pay out of pocket for driver education.