I don't do most of that and I'm STILL constantly on the verge of a nervous breakdown.>>3251980>The focus of education should move from trying to give out information that isn't really needed and focus more on educating people more on how to obtain and use that information effectively.
That and networking are the most important things I've ever gotten out of school, and I got most of the refined versions of those skills in college.
Should we have typing classes? I suppose they could be nice.
Should we teach cursive? Only if taught as a means to speed write. Everything needs to be shown as it's use.
The ONLY reason we should learn general topics is because that sorta vague knowledge net makes it easier for us to search.
"I know it's related to that." or "I know it happened around these years." or "I know era that happened in!"
It's so vague, but it's just enough for us to even quicker look up something. And that's it, that's all we even need it for.