Students With Suspensions

I have always suspected that all the norm dictates scholastic it, by frustration and like social retaliation, people who are absolutely illiterate. Therefore it is only explained that each law on the matter is worse than the previous one. The penultimate thing: that of which the students with three or four pending subjects only attend the following year those disciplines and goes the rest of the day touching itself the noses. It is, just, which needs the students with problems and educative deficiency: to dedicate itself to I relax instead of the effort. Or I know, already, that of the application, the character, the will and the discipline are not more than retrograde attitudes and until looks and that guay, which mola, progre are the pleasure and the molicie, unique authentically democratic virtues. With them, nevertheless, we already took two generations that every time express worse probably in several languages, including the vernacular languages, but even so with less capacity of communication than before, which they know to use with soltura the computer but they are incapable of the simpler mental arithmetic and than they have knowledge of often colorful subjects but they ignore universal history and geography.

For that reason, when I hear insistent the patochada one of which the young people better constitute the prepared generation of our history, memory what he said forgotten Ortega and Gasset about many diplomats: Beings illiterates, although correctly handle to the shovels of the fish in a lunch . Said what has been said, I am in agreement with the Meeting of Castile and Leon and the Valencian Catalan Autonomous Government in which the suspended students can repeat the complete course with the idea, if not to improve the acquired knowledge, S.A. less than than they do not lose them during the following academic year. The bad thing is that our legislators think that to learn supposes a punishment, instead of a source of pleasing, and that the study is a load instead of the joyful hope of a better personal and collective future. But, clearly, to discover those so simple things would suppose that they, pobrecitos, had studied at the time, which, seen the sight, seems probable very little.