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USA Education Grade Inflation

annacush
Tyler5362

In America, more than 40 percent of students in high-level education institutions receive grades in the A range. Overtime the average GPA of students has increased. Have A's lost value over time? Do students deserve the grades they receive or do students need to work less and less to obtain A's? How can students be accurately evaluated based on their abilities and intelligence if grades are "capped" at an A+? Are there anyways to go about fixing this situation? Should grades be "uncapped" simila...

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Four plus four is two.

Mynameisauser
bustercherry

Let us make it good...

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Updated 1 Hour Ago

All Secondary Schools Should Required Standardize School Uniform

sweetmelon_gardener
Doctor_Derp

For me, school uniform is a burden especially to the parents as it cost lots of money. It is also such a waste as school uniform can easily get dirty....

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Updated 19 Hours Ago

Grade Inflation in the United States

Cduff22
Raymond_Reddington

In some European schools, fewer than 10% of students get A's. Is there grade inflation in the US? Has this caused the "A" to lose value, or do students actually deserve the "A" they receive? Why does the United States get so many "A"'s, yet they are not the #1 academic nation?...

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Updated 21 Hours Ago

Does same sex schools help students learn better?

jnslee311
TL_the_consetvative

in my opinion i think it doest help them at all. what are your opinions?...

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Updated 9 Hours Ago

Private Schools have better extra-curricular opportunities than Public Schools

MIKSTERBOSS
jacobie1121

Hello, The topic we are debating is "Private Schools have better extra-curricular opportunities than Public Schools". This resolution must, most definitely stand. The definition of the word "extra-curricular" in this debate is an non-mandatory activity such as field trips. Lunchtime and after-school clubs count as "extra-curricular". School Dances or Parties do not count as "extra-curricular". In the first round, neither of us can bring up points, we can only define the resolution. In...

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Updated 23 Hours Ago

all junk should be banned from school

KittyCourts
Curci

Children should not get sweets for school.Why? If children get to much sugar it can lead to diabetes and they won't be able to concentrate in class...

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Updated 21 Hours Ago

Are teenagers rebellious?

Tweka
zmikecuber

What are teenagers? Teenagers are people who is in the range between 13 and 19 years old.Actually teenagers are deep lonely inside their heart. Maybe you don't agree with what I am saying but basically teenagers are facing one of their hardest time in life by that time....

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Updated 3 Hours Ago

parents should give control to kids over sweets.

harvard
jp_porwisz10

i think parents should control kids over sweets....

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Updated 9 Hours Ago

Should fast food restaurants be allowed in high schools?

UNRegard
newenglandbrah

Not many people each school lunch because, well school lunch isn't really that delicious. I don't eat school lunch because I had a bad experience when I was younger, but I won't get into that. I had a field trip to a university a few months back and there were many fast food restaurants inside the campus. McDonald's, Burger King, Chick-Fil-A, Jamba-Juice and I think a Chinese restaurant. I'm guessing! I'm not entirely sure there was a Chinese restaurant. Now, here's the difference. The calo...

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