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Jennifer Rosenblatt, Howard Abikoff, and Richard Gallagher
The truth is not all of the facts we teach our students will have applicability in their later lives. Knowing about ancient Egyptian burial practices may be helpful for the student who goes into archeology, but have little practical use for the student who grows up to be an accountant. For the future botanist, knowing the stigma from the style may be important, but perhaps not as much for the future salesperson. We continue to teach our students these things, however, because we know the larger lessons students receive while learning these facts are important. Critical thinking, meta-cognition, analysis, and many other skills are woven into lessons every day, and these skills are essential for every student, no matter what field they choose.
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