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Should Standardized Tests Be Abolished?

realist-bear
lazycat222

Standerdized Tests should definetly be abolsished they are needless stress for students and teachers alike....

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1 Comments
Updated 1 Day Ago

can you tube be helpful

Eyelessjack1
Alister_Illustratum

My Friends YouTube can be very helpful one It has helpful and distracting that is why teachers can block them point is YouTube can be helpful...

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1 Comments
Updated 1 Week Ago

school discipline

jonnyboy39
Shadowtroop9

I think society is winding down into chaos, becauce all discipline and all power is taken from teachers. Our society (England) has lost its way, discipline has become a taboo word almost, we say things were "just as bad" in the days teachers used the cane, but thats not the point. Discipline is for the individual, to know right and wrong. Our society has taken authority and thrown it overboard, we will grow worse and worse, human nature craves discipline to be dispensed,its a fathers job....

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Updated 10 Hours Ago

Should schools block websites?

Devon44
IAmADebaterAYoungDebater

They block SOO many websites, and it seems like they block most of them for no reason....

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Updated 1 Week Ago

Homeschooling is better than learning in school

jazasultan
DSupancik

These days we are learning to much unnecessary information in school that will not help us in the future. They are many advantages to this topic and I will be listing the best one's I know. Homeschooling provides flexibility. You can create a weekly schedule that allows your child to learn without the constraint of a traditional classroom. If they are quick learners you can move on to new material, rather than boring their eager minds as many public schools do. On the other hand, if your chil...

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1 Comments
Updated 1 Week Ago

Should E- Books replace Text books

Tmandebates
ReneeJ

Should textbooks be replaced by e- textbooks? I believe that textbooks are a waste of paper, many students are careless with them, and so they damage the book by drawing on the pages or ripping them out. But when that happens it renders the learning abilities of other students, because they are running the book. But if we were given e- copies of textbooks students would not be able to ruin them and since this is the 21st century almost everyone has tablets, laptops, I Pads and even phones. That...

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1 Comments
Updated 2 Weeks Ago

should kids have fidget spinners in school

fritzboi

yes, they should, it helps them pay etention...

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10 Comments
Updated 5 Days Ago

Public colleges and universities shouldn't be able to restrict free speech on campus.

Alister_Illustratum
Sarah9019a

First Round is Confirmation. We will be debating on weather or not public Colleges and Universities should not be able to ban free speech on campus....

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3 Comments
Updated 1 Week Ago

Students should rather learn how to solve real world situations.

QueenMK
SJM

Students in the US are subjective to having to learn things that are not needed. It would be best that a student learns the necessities in life too. I'm not saying that the education is bad it's just that the students don't know how to communicate or pay taxes. They don't know the way into making a successful business. They need to learn how to become successful too....

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4 Comments
Updated 3 Weeks Ago

no school

lorene13
Kylie.Cunningham

i thank that there should be no school. the reason why i thank this is because the parents can teach the students. i thank that the parents should be able to have a choice whether to send there child to school or not. its no right that the parents have to send there child to school. every person should have freedom and making parents send there child to school is not giving freedom at all. nobody should be made to do anything. and when there is school your not aloud to wear certain clothes....

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3 Comments
Updated 1 Month Ago