Before the Virus, schools taught all sorts of subjects, but now they stuck to the basics. Enough to communicate and survive in a world of rudimentary living. And parents could stop sending their kids to school whenever they wanted to. It was more important for your kid to help grow food or sew shirts or fish or chop wood or keep an old car or bicycle going. Or to work one of the necessary jobs in town.
(from H2O by Irving Belateche)
6½*/10. The complete review is here.