In our system, a vast gap (31) the life children lead at school and what they experience outside. The space where they are (32) to learn about life is so far removed from (33) that we might as well ask (34) to buy space suits for their little ones, instead of school uniforms. (35) they read, listen to and copy from the blackboard is so meticulously deodorised and (36) that it carries no resonance of experienced reality and (37) in life.
The school day becomes a (38) of didactic songs and memorised information. Special (39) are marked by elaborate acts of sycophancy and preaching. School authorities (40) stop talking about values, but ignore the cynicism felt by the young over the high levels of chicanery and verbosity they find in adult talk.