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When we analyze questions like What would make a good high school curriculum we must first understand the underlying issues of the question The easiest way to do this is to find out what makes a high school curriculum bad I have found that an increasing number of students across America can not bring themselves to condemn egregious actions under the guise of multicultural differences I believe this to be the biggest problem that faces our young students at the high school level Furthermore I believe that multiculturalism has played a role in spreading the vapors of nonjudgmentalism I quote three teachers whose stories were printed in the Chronicle of Higher Education as my supports One support comes from Professor Robert Simon whose students dont deny the fact that the German Holocaust occurred Rather they cannot bring themselves to pass moral judgement against the Nazis A student of his was quoted saying Of course I dislike the Nazis but who is to say they are morally wrong Professor Simon continues saying students hold tightly to their group perspectives on ethnicity race and gender that moral judgment is impossible The problem that he faced was his students not being able to see the moral implications behind the murder of 6 million people because of the extreme nature of nonjudgmentalism Kay Haugaard gave another support for the argument Her class gave no moral comments during a class discussion about human sacrifice A student of hers was quoted saying I teach a course for our hospital personnel in multicultural understanding if it is part of a persons culture we are taught not to judge This adds to the argument about moral relativism and how the idea of multiculturalism is being turned into nonjudgmentalism Though nonjudgmentalism is not necessarily a bad thing when taken to the extreme it can be very dangerous Obviously it is wrong to ritualistically sacrifice another human being yet people try to rationalize not being
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