i think it doesnt matter about the era. its just that kids are older from the 90s so mybe they would have more oppertunities to do bad things, but i was born in the 90s and im an honors student who spent time in a gifted accademy untill the sent me back for drawing to much. i ended up in a gifted arts school lol. but my bro who was born 2001 cusses and says perverted crap, but its sometimes the other way around, so it doesnt really matter. if its the age, the new era kids will get there anyway.
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Hah. Some kids from 2000 & up really need to calm down..I think. I don't remember growing up around pregnant peers like so many seem to do today. =_= (Is a 90s kid.) BUT, that opinion differs with each person. :>
I highly doubt that, kids today are to used to everything being instant. They'll grow up without the drive to put in all the hard work needed to make it through college and make something of themselves.
I am considered a 90's kid although most of my teen years were in the last decade. Looking around at today's kids, I just have to shake my head and wonder what their parents are doing.
Kids are extremely disrespectful and I see more getting in trouble all over the place.
The other side is we didn't have cell phones until I was a teen. More technology means more learning possibilities.
Another problem, though: as a kid, I had better education than today's American youth. Kids are being crammed into classrooms and the teachers can't help every student on the level the students need. This is because of budget problems.