By Andrew Mackinnon
Last updated: 19th February, 2024
Secondary schools in white countries around the world have not functioned effectively in order to beneficially prepare white secondary school students for adult life for at least four decades since the 1980s and probably much longer.
(In short, the secondary school curriculums in white countries around the world are too difficult, too irrelevant and there is too much of them to be learnt by white secondary school students.)
The timetable of secondary school hours in white countries around the world should be adjusted in order to serve the best interests of white secondary school students.