Should Students Be Allowed to Pick their own Classes?(Basic Classes Still Mandatory)
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Counterplan text: the 50 States of the United States of America should substantially increase the freedom of choice students get within the generic courses of Math, English, Science, History, The Arts, as well as any other courses.
The Net Benefit is ensured education. Giving students total choice over their education gives them the possibility of forfeiting the classes they hate-- say Math-- when really it is key for them to be good and productive citizens. Mandating any math class, but enabling students to pick a math class, solves because it gives the students to pursue a specific portion of math, while ensuring the education they need to succeed.
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Vote Placed by soccerisfun 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Yeah at least con had a net benefit. Pro made no arguments at all. Pretty weird to see a one round debate :/
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