Our children's schools are essential to our kid's learning and development. Comics can be a source of great artwork and at times good stories, other times not. Do you think that there is anything that an average non-comic reading parent would appreciate enough to happily have it on their child's curriculum?
If you say yes, what do you think would be good additions and why? You can consider anything from art, literature, language and any other subjects a child from 5-18 can learn.