There is none, if we don't educate young people about risk and allow them to deal with risk,, they never learn responsibility. As a secondary educator I am sick to death of hearing that this 'can't' be done because the risk is to high! This could be a reason our student national test scores are deemed to be ordinary. Australia as gone from the country of 'tough live of the land types', to a country where kids can't mow the lawn because it's to dangerous!
Teaching risk is as, if not more important than Literacy and Numeracy because if it's too dangerous to do things, then why get out of bed? If this happens then they won't need literacy and numeracy. Heaven knows if we specifically teach about risk then students may have some of their own responsibility by the time they get their car license at 16 years old!
To all those educators fighting the nanny state policy, keep up the great work!🎓