No Banking Education
A quality education requires students to think critically on subjects being taught instead of regurgitating information.
However, in this age of patriotic frenzy, critical thinking in school can earn you a label of being unpatriotic.
That's exactly what happened to a high school student in Kearny, New Jersey. When his teacher evangelized in the class that only Christians have a place in heaven and everyone else goes to hell, the student felt uncomfortable by the statement. After he recorded eight classes of his teacher's continuous Christianity propaganda and reported it to school officials, not much was done. Then when the news media picked up the story, the student received death threats and posters calling for his suspension. [To see the discussion board on this issue, go to www.kearnyontheweb.com]
It's true that thinking critically can be unpopular most of the time, but it's the best weapon against a banking education and fanatic fundamental religions.