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should students be paid for all core class

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Started: 11/18/2015 Category: Education
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
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funnyivan

Pro

An act to fund students for higher gpa
BE IT ENACTED BY THE CONGRESS HERE ASSEMBLED THAT:
SECTION 1. Students should be paid for good grades for each core class credit
achieved with a passing grade.
amounts would start your ninth grade year all the money would be given
to them upon receiving their diploma, it can be used for college or help with
further expenses that come along with life for grades would be A=500, B=400, C
250 below a C no money
will be granted
SECTION 2. There will be no ambiguous terms
SECTION 3. this act shall be enforced by Department of Education at state
(federal) level
SECTION 4. this act shall go into effect June 1, 2016
SECTION 5. this will increase school gpa and academic skills of the students,
student will strive to achieve a higher learning gpa
KingdomOfCats

Con

Okay let's go into how unreasonable this bill can get. You're saying that even as a freshman in high school, I could potentially earn $500 for all of my classes that I have an A in. I mean the thought is good, you want kids to learn and to do that you just need an incentive, but how the hell are the schools going to come up with $500 per A in a class. Like let's be clear, $500 is A LOT OF MONEY. I can potentially see how this MIGHT work for a college level but just the fact that it includes high school classes in insane. Even at a private school where you pay for the class(which by the way private schools would not be included in this bill considering that they are their own establishments and not run by the government) it would still equal NO WHERE NEAR $500 dollars. You would actually be gaining more than you lose. This would provide as a great incentive for children to do better, except for the fact that the schools would shut down immediately.
Debate Round No. 1
funnyivan

Pro

each student would strive to bet the most money they can get it is for everyday expanses or college
KingdomOfCats

Con

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Debate Round No. 2
funnyivan

Pro

funnyivan forfeited this round.
KingdomOfCats

Con

KingdomOfCats forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 3
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Posted by Jonbonbon 1 year ago
Jonbonbon
Yeah what I was originally thinking (that students shouldn't have to pay for gen ends in college, which makes sense because you have to take them no matter what) was something I was totally for, but I wouldn't vote for this bill.
Posted by BlackFlags 1 year ago
BlackFlags
Something like this would make a great congressional debate topic though. The framework is already layed out.
Posted by BlackFlags 1 year ago
BlackFlags
Something like this would make a great congressional debate topic though. The framework is already layed out.
Posted by BlackFlags 1 year ago
BlackFlags
So much no...
Posted by Jonbonbon 1 year ago
Jonbonbon
Is this a Student Congress Bill this year?
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