In high school, I must admit that I loved dissection. It wasn't until I was presented of dissecting a cat in Anatomy when I decided it was too much, took a different course instead, and became a vegetarian. My veggie journey has changed off and on and I'm currently not one, but I still think vivisection is wrong, especially since we have so many other wonderful alternatives now.
High schools will start dissecting synthetic frogs now, which is so exciting. Kids won't just be learning about biology but about ethics at the same time, which is priceless. I wish we were given this same opportunity in high school and I'd love to research it further for the students I know.
Are there synthetic frogs being used for vivisection where you live?