like just about everything.
Most of what I learned about history.
Pluto being a planet the food pyramid.
Photosynthesis - it's annoying to spell too..
Learning to use the mimeograph and adding machine. There was that really nice IBM Selectric typewriter, too.
Home Economics. Our school had next to no budget and we had barely any materials to work with. I remember we made instant pudding, did dishes, baked brownies and were supposed to sew, but never did. Useless. I just hung out with my mom and grandma and they taught me what I needed to know to cook, clean and sew.
finding the value of x and y
I feel whatever I learned in school is useful ... not in the sense that I use Algebra everyday or that the geology class comes into conversation everyday ... but those classes taught me to think and to come up with a conclusion. I gotta feeling if more people took their studies seriously in school there'd be less problems in the world today as a lot of people don't think because they never learned to and only parrot what other people tell them.
American History. It's non existent now.
Nearly everything.<br />
School didn't teach me math. I had to teach myself. School didn't teach me English. My parents did. <br />
School taught me that a good kid keeps their mouth shut... and I completely disregard **** like that.