• should children be taught how to grow food as part of their schooling?
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    • Why not it's about time they teach the kids something
      Nino45 16 mar
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    • Yea and there parents to
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    • Absolutely. People should know how to be self reliant. 90%of people in the US would starve to death if there wasn't a grocery store
      ScottMoe 16 mar
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    • They'll need this to survive the real world 🌎
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    • Yes it's Always a Life Skill . Like Reading Writing, and math ..that is truly a life lesson that will definitely Benefit Them and the World 🌎😊
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    • Yes. And their parents should learn, too.
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    • Yep. Didn't hurt me, my parents, grandparents, etc... home grown, fresh caught, fresh shot tastes better because you can take pride in the fact that you did it
      trkdrvr 16 mar
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    • This would show them one of the greatest fundamentals of life, working with your hands to eat what you have grown.
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    • My school even had a “farmer’s market” before they were popular
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    • I agree they should learn in like a home economics class
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    • Mom and Dad had a big garden always and taught us farming when we asked why we had to help. We each got to pick a vegetable and that was our responsibility to grow. Then there were biological and botanical classes at school.
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    • Growing up was farming 101. There were 5 of us. We pulled weeds from the garden. We watered tomato plants. We dug for potatoes and pulled onions and had to pick whatever was grown. We pulled weeds from the yard to. I distinctly remember family farming 🧺
      Bdharqe 16 mar
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    • Yes because food prices getting to high and to much fat in meat.
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    • Yes if kids and parents couldn't put it in the microwave they would starve. My kids are grown and all of them put up a garden each year
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    • 100% they should!
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    • Yes sir they should its called vocational agriculture and every school is supposed to have that class and another is ffA.future farmers of America.
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    • Yes, don't be like the Karen that told hunters, " Don't kill for meat. Go to the store and get it where it is made!" TRUE STORY. IN A NEWSPAPER AD IN NEWYORK!
      Tedlewis 16 mar
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    • I was taught to learn as much as you possibly can. So yes along with cursive writing, physical Ed, home economics, drawing/art, automotive and financing. All are so much needed more so these days.
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    • I did and that class was call Agricultural. In that class you will learn how to grow and raise your farm animals and crops. I even join the FFA class. The Future Farmers of America even though I'm not a farmer but it was a great tool to learn.
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    • Yes and then they learn how much fun it is to play in the dirt. It washes off.
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    • Yes kids need to learn how to survive instead of playing video games
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    • Sure why not?
      MoFu 17 mar
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    • Well I think that should be the Parent's responsibility. For example like Sewing my wife has no clue on how to .so I do that kind of stuff at my house because my mother and grandmother Thought me how to cook cleaning and sewing
      frank2019 16 mar
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    • Yes! And other skills they will need in life, including social skills for kids on the autism scale, so that they can be successful with making friends instead of getting bullied, and later in being able to get jobs.
      Roseapple 16 mar
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    • Yes n how to save money
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    • Not only that but bring back shop class and homec
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    • I don’t see why not. In grade school in NYC, that was part of the curriculum, as well as churning butter. All I recall is the fun we had while learning. This was Brooklyn in the 1960’s.
      izzdawiz 16 mar
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    • It should have been that way from the beginning. Damn Snowflakes!!!
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    • Yes, definitely!
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    • Not in school, it should be taught at home
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    • I tell you what if over half of you had to live off the land in an emergency situation you would fkn starve to death or either try to steal others hard work that they have grown for them selves half of you are.DUMB AS SHIT. yea I said it 🖕
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    • No fucking way absolutely not! Chemical infused canned hybrid veggies are sooo much better! IDIOT.
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    • On one hand. No. The ones in the picture are just a bit young. On the other hand. Yes. I believe by a certain age all children should learn this to better understand where some food comes from and how better it is for them
      taniaye 16 mar
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    • Yes
      MAGA 16 mar
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    • Yes. But with black students there might be some problems with the karens
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    • They already do is called FFA. Future Farmers of America
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    • The way this world is right now...... Absolutely!!!
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    • Oh yeah , survival skill v. Technology
      612022 16 mar
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    • Yes. Quit worrying about leaving a better planet for the kids and start raising better kids for the planet.
      Beavis 19 mar
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    • Yes absolutely like the saying goes give a man a fish he eats for one day you teach him how to fish he can eat for a lifetime
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    • Every child should be taught how to grow,gather,fish,hunt, and prepare what they need to survive
      topcat1 18 mar
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    • The direction our government has turned they probably won't allow it. However if they don't learn to, they very well may starve!
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    • Yes, it is a good learning experience for them. And you never know what the future holds for us.
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    • Yes and parents as well
      Davana 17 mar
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    • Yes and parents should back them up 👍
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    • It's a great idea. We taught our kids and grandkids, same way I was raised.
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    • Yes that would be good for them.
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    • Yes it would be a smart thing for them to get into
      louisk 17 mar
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    • I don’t see anything wrong with that
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    • My kids took care of 16 animals before they got breakfast every morning, we lived in the heart of the city
      kevin1212 17 mar
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    • Yes an do away with projects I live on a farm with hay cows and chickens and I work 7 days a week and I'm only 12 this class would be a breeze
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    • It wouldn't hurt to have knowledge and know how.
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    • Such a great idea ! I took horticulture in high school and fell in love with growing my own food and plants in general .
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    • Of course
      debsasena 17 mar
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    • I was required to take Agriculture in grade school.
      moab09 17 mar
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    • Absolutely !!! They should be taught survival skills also. These SJW's are teaching them how to coward down to a tyrannical Gov't.
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    • Great idea. Grammer school only gave us a potato, toothpicks and a cup. We were farmers. Amen LOL
      Rose1234 17 mar
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    • I think that would be a fantastically good idea
      DianeS 16 mar
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    • This is a a great home economy class or even science, and even biology class. It builds self esteem.
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    • Well We use to learn @ Mom & Dad's garden. Maybe they'll get a clue & actually teach something environmentally beneficial & self sustainable. Might be to much to hope for, tho.
      AlMathers 16 mar
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    • Certainly, you give a plate if food to a child he’ll eat for a day you teach him how to plant and he’ll eat for a lifetime!!!
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    • Yes! Fresh veggies in the cafeterias
      nonniek 16 mar
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    • Yes tf do I need chemistry for
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    • I grew up on a farm, THAT was part of our home schooling. Do it or get a butt whoopin! Aaaahahaha.
      ClydesFun 16 mar
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    • Absolutely!!!
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    • Yes
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    • couldn't hurt!!!
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    • Child labor. Make em earn their keep. Lol
      lush159 16 mar
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    • Always had a garden growing up. I used to get in trouble for filling up on cucumbers and tomatoes before dinner!
      M127 16 mar
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    • Yes they do
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    • Yes
      judy5000 16 mar
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    • Yes
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    • Sure
      outtahere 16 mar
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    • Yeah start them young because these teenagers are not going to get dirty
      Yankster 19 mar
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    • Why not?!
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    • Agriculture. Courses are offered same with out door sciences.
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    • Now is a perfect time to teach this skill!
      robert251 19 mar
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    • Most Definitely!
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    • I wholeheartedly agree. Let’s face it the schools don’t teach kids what they need to know to live on their own. They don’t know how to open a bank account or pay a bill but between the parents and the teachers somehow they slipped through the cracks
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    • Absolutely. One tends to appreciate it more when they do it themselves.
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    • They should, we are already too dependent on farmers and we are too lazy to grow or own shit
      TripllleM 18 mar
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    • Yes. Because there's coming a day real soon where you don't know how to grow food you're not going to be able to eat.
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    • Learning to work with their hands and use tools should be mandatory. When I went to school it was called shop and agriculture
      captBlygh 18 mar
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    • No that teaches them to not depend on our Government. And we can't have that. I'm being sarcastic.. Hell yes teach them all about gardening.
      RustyHunt 18 mar
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    • Yep! As a matter of fact, one of our local high schools teaches agriculture as ome of it's subjects!!
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    • Absolutely... it cost more to eat healthier, than the cheap garbage from fast food restaurants.
      BillNovo 18 mar
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    • That’s right, we need to know how to hunt as well.In a way where we don’t harm the way of nature 💯👊🏾💪🏾👍🏾
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    • Yes! McDonald's isn't gonna stay open 4ever!
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    • Duh! Much more informative & life sustainability. But the powers that be would rather have classes on how NOT to be white & how to be a transgender. No economics, how to get a job, buy a house. Ya know the fundamentals.
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    • ABSOUFLIPPINLOUTELY!
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    • Yes. Much better than them filling out surveys asking their sexual preference. As my eighth grader was just made to.
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    • Affirmative Yessss
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    • Yes!
      DF68 17 mar
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    • Yes, but as part of home making as well. Not as part of one of those liberal community gardens.
      Kridder 17 mar
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    • It was part of our school program in Germany.
      Sunnymaus 17 mar
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    • Yes 🙌
      Jackiej 17 mar
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    • What do you think?
      frtlnr062 17 mar
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    • Yes
      Teresam 17 mar
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    • I am and its fun
      crackid 17 mar
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    • Most definitely!!
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