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  • one year ago

This is not math, but I just need some ideas in general if you know something about it. (quick)

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    what can a student do to attempt to remove a particular course from a Core Curriculum list? (like write somewhere or anything like this ... )

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    (from the core curriculum list in a particular college, or even better throughout the entire US)

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    This year, I just dropped 2 classes from college, and then took classes online instead, so I could keep my class quota at school.. the online is cheaper, and I get to maintain a 4.0GPA. At least that got me out of the bad classes with bad teachers.. but if you're looking to censor whole subject from the US curriculum.. you might be up against some powerful institutions.. like the church.. you need some serious lobbying money, and a bed partner in the congress.

  4. anonymous
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    I mean what action can a college student do (theoretically) to change the curriculum ?

  5. anonymous
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    tnx for advising, but I was trying to find this online, and I failed to do that....

  6. anonymous
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    I would guess you need to get political.. and start a grassroots movement, with a lot of leverage from social media.. if you can get people united on it.. you can effect change.

  7. anonymous
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    is there anything like to write to a newspaper or something an individual can attempt to do?

  8. anonymous
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    and if it's radical, progressive and controversial enough, you might be able to solicit powerful allies, like Anonymous

  9. anonymous
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    reddit dot com is a good place to try and gather the attention of radicals like that.

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    and explore the 'dark web' which is another place that radical activists trying to affect change will congregate.

  11. anonymous
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    a look into 'tor browser' will lead you down that path

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    by that route, you're basically trying to become an evangelist for an idea, that you stimulate into the public discourse of forums where politically motivated people meet. Meetup dot com, is another place to gather like minds like this, but more on a face to face basis, which can be a powerful medium to rally change.

  13. anonymous
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    oh, I see.... so not much genuine an individual can take.... I mean, that to participate in democracy a person can write to a newspaper or vote. And to do this (to at least attempt to force the removal of a particular course from the Core Curriculum) there isn't much of a similar action to take. [[ I will do some more research on it I guess, but tnx for spending time and through some ideas, and I will take the social media influence as one way of doing it ]]

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    this is for my project, not self ))

  15. anonymous
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    tnx once again:)

  16. anonymous
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    social media is the way nowadays.. it's given a voice to palestine, it was responsible for the collapse of the egyptian government (recent revolution), it has been the force behind revolution in europe..and us movements like the occupy movements.

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