Yes. Competition leads to hurt feelings and diminished confidence. Schools should offer only activities in which all students can feel welcome and valuable.
18% (32 votes)
Maybe. Though schools should emphasize cooperation and prohibit cutthroat competition in their students, some degree of competition is beneficial. Schools should encourage that level of competition.
26% (47 votes)
No. Competition breeds excellence and builds character and self-esteem. Schools should teach students how to handle winning and losing instead of shielding them from such valuable experiences.
55% (99 votes)
None of the above. (Comment below.)
2% (3 votes)
Total votes: 181