The SATs are a major part of today's teenager's life. during the 1940s a gym and the music room, the cafeteria, library and the chemistry labs. During the 1940s teenagers and their parents were very close.
To get into a good college you need to do well on the SAT, considering 60% of today's jobs require training beyond high school compared to just 20% in the 1940s. AFTER SCHOOL DUTIES & FAMILY LIFE: The father was usually employed, a stay at home mother, and two school-aged children or more. Some parents who supported the war effort left their teenagers unattended and could rely on them to take care of the duties at home.
Hugs and cheers outside Despite the peril ahead, families and friends, some of whom have maintained a constant vigil outside the cave, hugged each other and cheered at the news.
In a five-minute video shot by rescuers and released to the media, the boys, still wearing their soccer uniforms, are shown sitting or standing on dry ground near an expanse of water.
The boys - ages 11 to 16 - and their coach were found Monday huddled on a ledge deep inside the Tham Luang caves.
They were generally in stable condition and were provided high-protein liquid food, painkillers and antibiotics, according to Chiang Rai provincial Governor Narongsak Osatanakorn.
To this day in antique car shows you can still see some of these magnificent jalopies.
1940s EDUCATION: If you stepped into a 1940s classroom you'd see girls making dresses, hats, learning to do laundry in the correct way and beauty culture and boys trained hard in physical education (football as well) which really kept the boys in shape for war.Boys from an under-16 soccer team and their coach wait to be rescued after they were trapped inside a flooded cave in Chiang Rai, Thailand, July 3, 2018, in this still image taken from a Thai Navy Seal handout video.Thailand's interior minister says the threat of heavy rains has forced authorities to speed up their efforts to rescue 12 teenage football (soccer) players and their adult coach who were found alive in a flooded cave in Thailand nine days after they went missing.International experts from the United States, Australia, China and Britain have assisted in the search-and-rescue efforts.Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha thanked the international experts and rescuers.The only trace of them had been bicycles and soccer cleats found outside the entrance of the complex, and handprints along the cave walls.