Like I said there may be other problems with US education, but I don't focus on them here. Things like inadequate funding leading to poor teaching (just as an example) may be a valid concern but not essentially relevant to this particular thread.Officially less cool! My stance on the u.s. public school system isn't a religious one at all, oh presumptive one. Quite frankly, I've seen the village. It's filled with idiots. I don't want them helping me raise my children.
I don't recall offering one, and I fully endorse your choice to have your kids taught at your school of choice be it public or private, or homeschool them.Your opinion on my choice is irrelevant. It's not for you to make.
I've never claimed them to be non-existent, only unsupported by evidence.At the same time, it baffles me how your logical, analytical brain can so easily dismiss things which you cannot prove or disprove using the scientific method as being altogether non-existent.
There's no evidence of aliens either, but it's a big universe. So I don't claim there's no aliens just because we have no evidence. Especially since we've hardly explored past the head of a pin, comparatively speaking.
It is not illogical to dismiss claims with no evidence.There is no logic in that.
Not sure if you're misreading me or reading what you want.No matter. You are entitled to your own opinion. Just don't expect me to share your narrow-minded viewpoint.
I am perfectly open to the possibility that maybe there is some kind of intelligent entity that is somehow responsible for our universe.
However I am also perfectly open to the possibility that maybe there isn't.
I'm not sure how that can be considered close-minded.