Should CPR be a requirement to graduate high school.
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My opponent conceded that we should not force people to help, the only purpose of learning cpr has is when it's required to be done in order to help someone, but since pro conceded that we shouldn't force them to help other people the purpose of cpr is neglected.
"School although some people would voluntarily go some are forced whether by government, family or other external force."
What school does presently is not an indicator of whether something is right or wrong. My opponent essentially is making the point that schools force things already, and based on the assumption that they're right for doing so, we should force something else.
"Sometimes after a person forcefully or reluctantly learns a new skill they are more likely to use what they've learned to help others."
My opponent conceded people shouldn't be forced to help, therefore why would it matter if they learned the new skill in order so that they use it?
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