…while the school girls in this country are learning that mylonite is a breccieated metamorphic rock frequently found in a fault zone (to recycle a phrase), they are learning nothing about how to keep their future marriages intact.
Likewise, the little boys in this country are learning nothing about how to be better future husbands and fathers.
Kids also learn nothing about the importance of a positive outlook, especially how it affects other people. They don’t learn about setting goals, or managing risk, or discerning the difference between truth and lies in the media and in person.
— Scott Adams, Unlearned Skills.
What do you think? Does it hold true for Singapore?