Growing up in the '90s, the brighter students were pushed to enroll in advanced math and science courses. Rarely were they pushed to enroll in an advanced humanities course, of which there were significantly fewer. The American education system has always valued math and science far more than the humanities often leaving students ignorant to the happenings of the world around them. Why is this, and what are the ramifications for modern society?
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