Monday, January 23, 2012
Addendum: What I was trying so inelegantly to say the other night was this. The training for career paths could be more specific. There are careers for which writing a research paper would be an excellent exercise and good practice for life and some where higher math is definitely a must. Sorry, sometimes I just write things and don't realize until later that I have not expressed my point well. My oldest son wants to be a graphic artist. He wants to avoid math. Therefore, he's looking at getting a career diploma instead of a degree. Should he? I don't know. He feels like general studies in college would just be high school all over again and he only wants to study art. Should he have to study things that won't affect his career path?