Should School Attendance Be Manditory?
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Many children think school is a boring area to be at and wish to be somewhere else. Later on in life they think of school as a daily routine that enriches your intelligence. Through needed education, they get a good job, a good house, and a better life than without that needed knowledge. Therefore, I think it is right to make school attendance mandatory.
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While many jobs may not need education, I think it would help greatly in such jobs as racing automobiles. How would it help, you ask? They would know the physics behind racing. If you do not even know about how gravity works, not only do you risk your own life, but you risk the life of many others. Plus, jobs that require education usually pay more and do not usually require strength. If you wish to work on as an army man or protector of justice and peace, I'm not going to stop you. And education will not harm your risk of getting into one of those types of jobs. Infect, it might even help you. But it will help if you decide it is not the kind of job you want.
http://jobs.aol.com... gives eight different jobs that one can get without a high school diploma. One could also have a number of careers that do not require a high school diploma. The real factor in this is the student's decision on their own particular career path. You mentioned racing automobiles but that again, depends upon a student's choice. To infringe upon their right to say no to an education is the same as infringing on their right to pick a spouse. Every individual is different and makes choices throughout their life .Why should we as a people always choose for them?
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