In high school (in Switzerland) we have computer science class. The first topic was privacy and malware. We looked at things like mass-surveillance by Google and Facebook, privacy fraud (or however you want to call it) and a bit of social engineering.
Despite having to learn all of this, we never looked at the free and open-source software movement. We were told how to install browser add-ons that show who tracked us but not how to prevent such tracking. It was informative nonetheless and I learned some new stuff.
However, nothing changed. We still have to use Windows or macOS, Microsoft Office, the Google search engine and store almost everything in OneDrive. Isn't that ironic? I think schools should promote FOSS and not force us to use Microsoft's bloat- and spyware.
What do you think?
PS: I use Linux anyway, no matter if they tell me not to, lol. And if you find some spelling mistakes, you can keep them 😉