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deeptastic deeptastic 16-17, M 15 Answers Oct 13, 2012 in Community

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no because gym and basket weaving will only take them so far<br />
seriously whats needed is a heavy emphasis on math and english and very little in the way of throw away courses

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Agreed!!! While we're at it throw away those letters with the numbers they are not supposed to be their!!! Revolt!!!

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Yep. As long as it's geared toward a profession then your studies in High School should be tailored to your future career or occupation. Then you would be well prepared for college.

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well they should make everyone take math & English, history and science courses. the rest should be offered as electives because not everyone can/wants to paint, run, or cook.

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No. High school students need to learn about history and be exposed to Shakespreare, as well as other things.

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Disagree.<br />
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1. The only things most of them would want to study would be easy/fun/dead-end subjects<br />
2. Exposing them to subjects they "think" they won't like is good for them. I got stuck in U.S. Government class my senior year and I dreaded it. I thought it was going to be a boring disaster. It ended up being my favorite class that year.

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AGREE & your right you cant always choose the subject you want as some schools have columns where you choose one subject from each. Did when i was at school and my kids.

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i think thats a good idea like after algerbra or whatever they should be taking classes that intrest them classes that could help them in a future career i know kids r lazy but maybe if they r into what they learn they will be better students maybe maybe not but i think its a good idea

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they already kinda do....all the English and math is required to be anything you would go to collage for

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I thought they already did?

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only in some school

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AGREED!! but only until 11th grade, when they have a mayor understanding of math, english, etc.

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