I'll just start with my story to give a background to my fury, but if you'd care to skip the painting of the picture and just see the image I'll make it clear what my point is. I've recently graduated High School, and I hear it is quite common, but there was a "senior project". To our school, this was just a paper and action taken to show individual distaste in something specific (whether it be world wide, local, or anything at all). Most students wrote papers on how the war in the middle east is bad and sent care packages. Quite simple. I decided to accuse the public education system of enforcing a low level of moral reasoning. I used Prof. Kohlberg's theory of moral development as evidence, and had random screenings of ethics tests throughout the school (which was administered by a doctor in psychology). My project was blatantly shot down by all the teachers, despite the evidence. The teachers refused to offer a counter argument as well. They didn't insist that the education system was correct, and that my tests are unreliable. They insisted that I was a conspiracy theorist and dumb. So to all the highest minds of the internet, could I either have a counter argument, agreement or something other than ad hominem? If we implement Professor Kohlberg's theory of moral development into our public educations systems, then crime rates and general wellness will lower. I furthermore apologize for any incorrect English, we don't exactly use it here.