April 04, 2009

School for scandal

America may be the worldwide leader in ridiculously stupid ideas in the field of education, but our cousins across The Pond are rapidly catching up:

A British school was blasted Friday after kids as young as 11 were told to shout obscenities during a lesson in swearing.

Expletives like the f-word and c-word were written on a blackboard before a teacher explained their meaning to 30 seventh graders.

S.t Laurence School in Bradford on Avon, Wilts, claims it was part of a sex and relationship education program to "dispel" the myths of swear words.

What does that even mean? What are these "myths"? And how does shouting "FUCK" at a chalkboard "dispel" anything?

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