Yuri Moroz: Why do we need a school?
Alternative point of view
Parents need a school, first of all, so that they can pass their children into it. Like luggage in the storage room. After all, work is necessary, right? And to leave the child is often not with anyone.
By the way, it's funny that few people are convinced of the need for kindergartens. Kindergartens are often perceived as an unavoidable evil - “it's better in a kindergarten than with a grandmother”. However, the school is already considered something holy, and even if the mother does not work, children go to school anyway.
And, of course, children are sent to school, like a car to a car repair shop - for tuning. To children "pumped." And the parents, like inveterate street racers, are then measured off by their children: “I’m going to the gold medal. And mine has already entered MSU.” Agree, a child who learns well is a weighty reason for pride.