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Should there be 4 day school weeks?

DylanBurke
yish

i think there should be....

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Should foreign languages be taught to students starting 1st grade?

fixedwounds
mysterywriter

I am for teaching students starting 1st grade foreign languages and making it a main subject too. It will improve their general information and allow them to be hired in a better job and will also help them communicate much better....

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are you different

Declan0077
yomama12

I anm == normal you arfe dfiffent so runb a duvcak youiu litelfea diffent people,ps ur gaygg\...

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Homework should be given less to the children

Andrew820
subhapriya

It's obvious why homework should be given less to children. First, too much homework can cause stress in a student and lead to health issues in the body and mind. Homework related anxiety and stress can affect school work negatively. Stress causes lack of sleep, slipping grades, fatigue, unhealthy eating habits, depression, and many more factors. Second, kids are doing more than the recommended amount each night, with no academic benefits. The recommended amount is 10 minutes times the grade l...

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Large Class sizes(pro) vs. smaller class sizes(con)

Slifer893
lyokowarri0r

I would like to have a friendly debate so that I may understand the opposing arguments to my beliefs. I recall you saying that you are passionate about education reform so I would be honored if you would debate this topic with me so that I may expand my knowledge of this. Rules are quite standard: 1) No semantics, kritiks, etc. 2) This is a casual debate so both sides will have the benefit of assumption. If you want to post sources, feel free to do so. 3) 1st round acceptance, 2nd opening st...

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Large class sizes vs. Small class sizes

Slifer893
Ptet5

Round 1: Acceptance Round 2: Opening statements Round 3: Rebuttals Round 4: Counter-rebuttals and closing statements Resolution: A classroom with a larger quantity of students is superior to a classroom with a smaller number of students. Rules: 1) No semantics, trolling, etc. 2) This is meant to be a casual debate so both sides will have the benefit of assumption. But if you would like to cite evidence, feel free to do so. Definitions: Large class: A class which contains a high st...

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Minimum debate should be of 3 rounds

lord_megatron
Burls

Seriously, in a 1 round debate the instigator can't even post their rebuttal. 2 rounds are too short as well....

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School reduces the inclination for learning

lord_megatron
andrewjoseofficial

This has happened with me. I used to be rather willing to learn and work was a good thing. But as school started picking up pace, we students had learned much more than we wanted to, and thus the majority of students are in disinterested in school and learning as such....

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Common Core stresses kids out

Ptet5
lord_megatron

Common Core, for math, ELA, and other subjects are stressing kids out to the extent. In the article, "A Poison Pill for Learning", it states "New York State had its second round of annual tests based on the Common Core, and for the second time, the results were disastrous." According to nydailynews.com, 8 and 9 year olds are being stressed out from the common core tests. ""These are 8-year-olds and 9-year-olds, and they"re stressed out and worried!" Said Stewart, 42, whose son attends the thir...

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Ain't should be considered a proper word

lord_megatron
CarterWelchh8er

The usage of ain't has increased worldwide and it must be considered a proper word and be added to the dictionaries. If Shakespeare could make up new words that were accepted in the english language, why can't a commonly used word by the masses be termed as proper language?...

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