What is SC dept of education about?
A popular question about school in the SC dept of education is: “Who created and funded the schools in the first place?” This question is a great way to start the conversation about school. I’ve got the answers to all the questions you’re too lazy to ask. I like to call these answers “The History of SC Dept of Education in Under 10 Minutes.
To begin with, school is not a natural function of government. Governments are not created from the ground up to create schools. Instead, governments were created for the purpose of running people from city to city without them knowing it. But that’s not quite right. A school in a city is a place to learn how to be a better person. What you might call a “socialization” school is what the government of a country like America does in order to get those people to make better decisions.
Are schools necessary?
Yes, schools are still necessary, but schools are far from a natural function. In fact, education is an artificial process created by government to keep people from making bad decisions. But the school-less government doesn’t quite work out because the schools are not the people who run them. The schools have the actual power.
Schools, after all, are run by teachers, and the government has a lot of money. Since the government is in the business of making sure people make better decisions, then they must also make sure people make better decisions. That’s why the government is called the Department of Education. In the case of SC Dept, it’s called the School Corporation of America, the same government the Department of Education is.
Facts about school.
To be fair to the Department of Education and SC Dept, the schools they run are a lot more complicated than they seem. In fact, the department itself isn’t even a government agency. SC Dept employees are employees of the school corporation, whose job is to run the schools.
The school corporation is a private company that is in charge of running the schools. The school corporation is a conglomerate of private companies, and is therefore not legally bound to follow the laws of the states. That means that a state may not give SC Dept a say in how their school is run. A state may also have a say in how the schools are run, but SC Dept is a private company and so has no say in this. This makes the schools very complicated.