can someone please read this essay and rate it out of 10, Im giving 10 points to honest answer?

ok i just finished this essay and want to make sure its good before I hand it in so please rate it. The most important life lessons cannot be learned in classrooms I do agree that the important life lessons cannot be learned in classrooms. I know by some personal experiences and experiences of others that in a classroom, you only learn to a limit of what responsibility and integrity are, and what country got its flag; when it got it, about ancient Greece. But not bigger life issues that you would have to deal with later on. Like for example how to talk to your boss into giving you a raise, or how to deal with a loss, or deal with marriage, love, how to stay up all night with a sick child etc. These life lessons are harder and more important to deal with than making sure you hand in the book report on time. Dealing with a loss for example is something that you definitely do not learn in classrooms. In fact no one can teach you how to deal with a loss. You have to learn it on your own as time passes. You can get help from others, but pouring out your feeling and talking to somebody about it, but you wont learn what to do time will take care of it. When I dealt with a loss a while ago, there was no one I could’ve gone to for help and since it was my first loss I had no idea how I was going to deal with it and get through. Everyone just kept telling me that time will heal it. I did get help by talking to my family and friends and doctors and daily visits to my friend helped a lot. But in the end I learned that dealing with a loss was something that you had to deal with alone and the school couldn’t help you. Becoming a parent is also something that is not taught in school. Anyone can be a parent but being a true parent is a privilege, gift, and a job that comes with a lot of responsibilities. But if you love your children enough, the amount of work in the responsibilities won’t matter to you. You would do anything for your child. Raising children doesn't come with a book; it's first hand knowledge. Something you get better at, as time passes by. Your children will be looking up to you to teach them right from wrong. Many classroom education gives you the necessary skills to live out your life, it is still somebody else teaching you something that has been passed down from generation to generation. But yet self-learning helped Einstein, make all those discoveries in science. Or how Ruby Bridges had to learn to deal with all the racism in her school. Many people refused to send their children to the same school as her because she was black and this led the 6 year old girl to depression. But in the end she had the courage to get up in the morning and get on with her education while ignoring all the racial remark made about her. She is now a successful travel agent and is now chair of the Ruby Bridges Foundation, "the values of tolerance, respect, and appreciation of all differences". Overall, you cannot learn life’s biggest lessons in classrooms. Life does not come with a handbook and nobody has all the answers. Of course in life normal human would make many mistakes and that is ok because that is how you learn.You learn each step from a variety of people you meet in your life and you learn from your mistakes.

Asked By: SR - 3/4/2009
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Answered By: KayLa AnN - 3/4/2009
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woaah! it's actually pretty good. i would say a 9 and a half!! great job!!
Answered By: maxi - 3/4/2009
Wow! I like it especially the part about Parents raising children. I also liked Einstein's example.
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