Saturday, February 12, 2011


Recently, Gabi and I were having lunch together at a crepe restaurant. We were talking about recess at her school here versus recess in America.
Gabi commented that kids here are not very supervised during recess.
They were very supervised at her school in Michigan.

She went on to say that if a problem comes up, kids here have to deal with it.
In Michigan, if a problem comes up, the kids immediately run to a teacher to help solve the problem.
Gabi and I both found this very interesting.

1 comment:

  1. I bet there are no "Bullying" seminars in the French public schools. The French just let the kids duke it out. Like when we were kids. And our suicide rate was lower. So what can we interpet from that??????