Try the political quiz

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Yes, students should be encouraged to voice their opinions so they have a greater understand the world around them.


No. This encourages radicalisation and indoctrination towards minds that are not fully developed. Students should have political exposure limited somewhat until they reach voting age.


no, students should wait till they have finished school or are 18 to make decisions that will effect social activity


No, when committed to a strong political opinion at ages under 15 - there is immaturity and an inability to fully grasp a concept


No, primary and high school students should not be allowed to participate in social activism as they should be in school learning. They are to young to be able to make a properly informed decision on topics like environment or wars in other countries.