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[–] Pwning4Ever 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Regarding stem, yes it's true. We need to gets this stupid idea of going to college for "arts" out. In my computer science classes, the f1 to citizen ratio was far higher than the general admission

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[–] boredTech 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

We need to gets this stupid idea of going to college for "arts" out.

I have no problem with the arts. Do I think that they're nearly as useful to society, hell no, but if it wasn't being used as a communist propaganda platform then I'd have zero problem with people going to college for the arts.

the f1 to citizen ratio was far higher than the general admission

kind of the bi-product of high schools having excessively weakened their mathematics and science programs.

But, to get people into the stem fields you need to raise a desire to work in them from an early age (6-12 years old) and then properly mentor them till college. It's a lot harder to find somebody who is willing to sit indoors at minimum 8 hours a day, doing something that you can't really explain to others (My wife doesn't understand half of the words out of my mouth when I try to explain to her what I do. In the end I have to go low level and just say I make the silicon brick like me.) then it is to get somebody willing to go out and use all of their soft skills and get paid for it.

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[–] Schreiber 1 points 0 points (+1|-1) ago 

high schools having excessively weakened their mathematics and science programs

That's what happens when you cater to niggers.