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Secondary school is more important than primary school...?

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Started: 10/15/2013 Category: Education
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Shimmer

Con

1st round is acceptance, 2nd is intoduction, 3rd is rebuttle and arguments, 4th is summary.....

Lets debate!
safebug

Pro

I accept! Are you saying that it is more important or are you saying it isn't?
Debate Round No. 1
Shimmer

Con

I'm saying that secondrary school is NOT more important that primary.

Primary, infant and junior schools are the foundation of our knowledge and vital skills that humans need for communication and improvements. Without these fully in place, we would not as a society, have all the adequate preparation for life. Secondrary school is the building up of these skills already acquired and takes learning to a further stage. Without the education beforehand, we would not be able to continue.
safebug

Pro

Secondary school is very important though because it is what prepare us for college, which ultimately prepares us for the real world. All through primary, you learn basics, but few life skills.
Debate Round No. 2
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Debate Round No. 3
Shimmer

Con

I agree that Secondary school prepares us for college, university and the real world. But what prepares us for secondrary school? Primary and before - the building bricks scenario, otherwise we wouldn't be ready. Without the basics, how can a society progress?
safebug

Pro

Society could progress without basics, if the basic standards were increased. If we started to teach 3rd graders algebra, then eventually that generation would be able to learn more then the one before it and so on. Yes, I agree that it would be hard to learn algebra without knowing how to add and subtract, but eventually it would come naturally to everyone and then we would all be smarter.
Debate Round No. 4
Shimmer

Con

Shimmer forfeited this round.
safebug

Pro

Thank you for debating, Shimmer! It was fun! Please vote for me! ;)
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