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A work program should at least be available for any young person who does not find a lot of achievement in academics and needs to be prepared for the world of work. But just about any student can benefit from working along with studying, as useful skills are obtained this way and experience in the real world.
Schools provide different benefits to different students. In that respect, different schools are attractive to different students based on the programs offered by the schools. A school that would not typically be attractive to those students looking for a work program should not be forced to provide one. Schools should be free to chose whether to provide such a program.