Americans typically learn a lot of things in school--spelling, math, why plants are green--that are actually useful in our day-to-day lives, the Huffington Post reports. But they also learn a lot of other things--cursive, long division, how to play "Hot Crossed Buns" on the recorder--that are probably not. No, we didn't waste our time with those lessons. Learning something new isn't ever a net loss. Playing the recorder provides building
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