UFC Champ Adesanya will NOT send his kids to school as he believes most of what they teach is useless

UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya’s recent candid remarks about traditional schooling have ignited a conversation about schooling/

As Adesanya prepares for his upcoming title bout against Sean Strickland at UFC 293, he shared his unfiltered thoughts on the current education system in an interview.

“Honestly, f*ck school,” Adesanya declared boldly. He questioned the relevance of the conventional educational model, stating, “I don’t know why we still have this outdated concept of school to build workers. Because we know what the f*ck school was made for. Why are we pretending? We know school was created to create workers.”

Adesanya went on to express his skepticism about the value of certain subjects taught in school, particularly social studies, algebra, and calculus, in the context of real-world application.

He voiced his frustration with what he perceived as the unnecessary accumulation of “useless information” during his schooling years, ultimately leading to his decision to drop out.

While Adesanya acknowledges the importance of fundamental subjects like math, English, and comprehension, he questions the practicality of some curriculum components for preparing students for life beyond the classroom.

In a follow-up discussion, Adesanya outlined his vision for his future children’s education. He intends to have a tutor provide home-based instruction for a portion of the day, balancing academics with physical activities such as gymnastics and jiu-jitsu.

“My plan is when I have kids, I’m going to have a tutor that’s going to teach them at home from say 9 a.m. to mid-day,” Adesanya explained. “They’ll have an hour of homework, and then the rest of the day we’ll just go have adventures.”

Israel Adesanya’s perspective on education has sparked a debate on the relevance and effectiveness of traditional schooling methods.

While his views may not be universally shared, they shed light on the evolving discourse around alternative approaches to education in today’s world.

Adesanya is currently preparing to defend his title against Sean Strickland at UFC 293 in Sydney, Australia.