Use the GCU library and identify an actual solution to the social problems within education. Summarize the solution you identified and compare it to historical solutions proposed in the past (150-200 words). Education is at least partly about the overall aims that society has for itself and how these aims are realized in practice. It cannot, therefore, be a neutral technical exercise, but is invariably a deeply ethical, political and cultural one bound up with ideas about the good society and how life can be worthwhile (London: Routledge, 2006). This to me means that all races, backgrounds, and beliefs are in the school system and nobody is turned away. Everyone getting along for the greater good.
As far as solutions in the past, they started sex education which I thought was gross at first and funny when I was younger, however the information that my teachers provided me at that point was extremely useful, as I made it to high school. They had at one point taken sex education out of schools, and then decided to put it back. Now, in my school they have it as an option in the sixth grade, and it is not a requirement. From my stance, I would think that all parents would like
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