So this is not a normal AMA where you just ask the OP questions, in this AMA, you ask questions, and anyone can answer them! See a question that you feel like you should answer? Go ahead and answer it, and so will other people! Questions can be serious or not, but keep them appropriate.My question: If you could change how the education system works, how would you?My answer: Two things.Number one: Get rid of the idea of Zero Tolerance. This isn't strictly in schools, but it seems to come into play the most at schools. If you don't know what the idea of Zero Tolerance is, it's the idea that both the instigator and the victim should be punished in the same way, because they are both "part" of the problem. For an example, if someone starts to beat me up one day at school and I fight back in self defense, I will be punished in roughly the same way as the person who started the fight would be. If he gets an out of school suspension, I will get an out of school suspension. If you can't tell, this is really a terrible idea because it lets people become more of a victim. Kids won't stand up for themselves as much because they are scared of being punished for doing so. Its a horrible policy that fails are ending bullying by letting bully's win because they know that their victims won't fight back as much.Number two: Get rid of the idea of No Child Left Behind. Ever been in an English class where one person can barely read? You can thank this for that. The No Child Left Behind Act and it's different forms in other countries tries to keep all children of the same age in the same classes, which is a VERY bad idea. Take me for example. I am terrible at math, and because of this, I take a math class that teaches the same stuff as the normal classes, but goes over it more slowly and offers more help. This is how education should be done, not by age. Yes, keep the same ages together, but not in the same classrooms. Have the smarter kids go into classes with other smarter kids, and have those who might be struggling in a subject go into a class with others who struggle where they can receive more one on one help. This helps both the smarter kids and the ones who might struggle. It helps the smarter kids from being held back as much, and it helps those who struggle by giving them a place where they will be better able to succeed.