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 @9H6D52XConservativefrom Ontario answered…6mos6MO

Views should not be forced on citisens, but Canada's history, government, and other things about Canada should be continued to be taught in schools.

 @9HBN23DGreenfrom Ontario answered…6mos6MO

Education has nothing to do with patriotism. School should not impose their opinions on children.

 @9H5ZJRSfrom Ontario answered…6mos6MO

Education is key in shaping how people see and express patriotism. It should teach a balanced view of a country's history and encourage critical thinking. Civic education helps understand how democracies work and why participation matters. Learning about global issues fosters a broader perspective. Education should also promote values like tolerance and responsibility. In simpler terms, education helps develop a thoughtful and inclusive sense of patriotism that goes beyond just symbols and actively contributes to making society better.

 @9H5ZSG3Conservativefrom Ontario answered…6mos6MO

In conclusion, patriotism as a political ideology is a complex and evolving concept. Its history is intertwined with the development of nation-states, the rise of democracy, and the struggles for independence and self-determination. Despite its potential for misuse, it remains a powerful force in politics and society.

 @9HBY8MVfrom Ontario answered…6mos6MO

 @9H8XYNJConservativefrom Alberta answered…6mos6MO

I believe any political view should be optional to learn in more scrutiny but the majority of political ideologies should have minimal understanding when in a class.

 @9H6DQCPNew Democraticfrom Saskatchewan answered…6mos6MO

Education should play a huge role in patriotism. Patriotism without education will often lead to nationalism, not in the sense of national pride but rather leaning towards facism.

 @9H6D88Sfrom Ontario answered…6mos6MO

Education can shape peoples views for the better or worse. it shouldn't be forced upon people though.