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One of the most important topics for Election 2016 is Education Reform.  After watching these 3 videos, do you believe America will be able to compete in the 21st Century?  Just Askin’!  

Which Party will make sure that the United States will be able to compete with China, Japan, and India in the 21st Century?  What makes you think so?

NOTE:  It was brought to my attention that 2 of the 3 videos below are parodies, as shown on the Snopes website.  After reviewing Snopes' comment, however, it seems there is fair comment in the parody, and that much of the 2nd video is also accurate, although there were a couple of voice overs on that particular video, so it is not a true reflection of what a couple of the contestants actually said.  Listen carefully.   It does appear to me that the 3rd video below does accurately represent what the "15 worst" contestants said about teaching Evolution in Schools, and that can be compared with the final video included on the Snopes site.  You are therefore invited to watch the first 2 videos as parody, because they are funny and they raise an important educational issue for the United States, which we all need to discuss.  Since this site is about using the psychological concept of archetype to change society, and humor is a valid means for doing that, this page is otherwise left unchanged.  

One of the most important topics for Election 2016 is Education Reform.  After watching these 3 videos, do you believe America will be able to compete in the 21st Century?  Just Askin’!  

Which Party will make sure that the United States will be able to compete with China, Japan, and India in the 21st Century?  What makes you think so?

Miss USA 2011 - Should Math Be Taught in Schools?

 

Miss USA - Should Gravity Be Taught in Schools?

 

 

Should Evolution Be Taught in Schools? Worst Top 15 Miss USA Contestants Answers

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