THERE ARE 11 AREAS OF LIFE THAT EVERY CHILD SHOULD HAVE THE CHANCE TO LEARN ABOUT & BE REQUIRED TO GRADUATE FROM HIGH SCHOOL THAT WILL IN ONE WAY OR ANOTHER BE BENEFICIAL TO THEM:
1: CULINARY ARTS: Every student should be required to learn to cook and critique different dishes in addition to learning how to make them. (Religious and Medical Exemptions should be allowed and not prevent a student from graduating.)
2: CULTURE: See for what should be included.
3: DRIVING/BOATING: Every student (depending on area) should learn how to drive a car, operate a boat, use apps such as Uber, hail/call a taxi and or navigate the subway in order to graduate. Each school should be granted autonomy in carrying out this requirement.
4: ENVIRONMENT: Below is the chart of what should be taught: To see the reasons behind them visit
5: FINANCIAL LITERACY: There should be 6 key areas of Financial Literacy Taught: 1: Government Budgeting. 2: Higher Education & VO Tech Comparison Cost. 3: Investments/Wall Street. 4: Loans & Interest. 5: Personal Fiance Class. 6: Tax Filing. To see the descriptions in their entirety visit
6: FOREIGN LANGUAGE: Every child should be required to take a foreign language in primary/elementary school-high school. However instead of letter grades being associated with the class, no grades should be given and each child should be allowed to continue learning foreign languages. (Native American tribes/schools may replace the foreign language with Native Language)
7: GENDER: is an important topic and I look forward to future discussions about it on the campaign trail.
8: JOB PLACEMENT: Every student should learn what jobs are available in the field they want to go into in addition to reading job advertisement sections of newspapers and online job search fights while learning the differences in different types of recruiters.
9: LITERACY: Everyone should be able to read and write. Literacy should be a basic human right. To learn more visit
10: PARTY/SOCIAL SKILLS: Every student should be taught how to host a party, ballroom dance, DJ, conversation skills, the formal ways of dressing and how to clean.
11: RELIGIONS: Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Daoism, Hinduism, Indigenous Beliefs, Islam, Jainism, Judaism, Sikhism, Shinto and Zoroastrianism should be taught and required to learn in a comparative religions course.