I agree mostly. The vast majority of subjects don’t need 3D, because 3D is simply not considered. In some cases it may be useful, but only really as a substitute for the teachers horrible drawing skills. I imagine that parallelpipeds, tetrahedrons and even the axis may help. Also 3D vectors, but it’s still all too time consuming to do in class-time.
However, there is another few subjects, such as that computer art one (which currently uses 3dsmax) and possibly IT (Flash is part of the curriculum, so replace it with blender i say. Flash is annoying), that blender could be used for.
An explanation of schooling:
Age 3: Playgroup
Age 4: Kindergarten
Age 5: Reception
Age 6: Year 1
Age 7: Year 2
Age 8: Year 3
Age 9: Year 4
Age 10: Year 5
Age 11 :Year 6
Age 12: Year 7
Students are taught in the same class all day (apart from specialized subjects such as language or music).
Also, some schools start high school in year 6.
Age 13: Year 8 Little control of subjects
Age 14: Year 9 Pick arty or language subjects, maths, science, home ec, pe, stay the same.
Age 15: Year 10 Lots of control, maths, english, science are core
Age 16: Year 11 Lots more control, english, maths, are core (Physics, chemistry, biology jump in as a seperate subject)
Age 17: Year 12 All control.
I believe the compulsory education age is 17, you can drop out after that.
The next 3-6 years of your life.