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Should schools dictate what classes a child takes?

  • Schools Should Dictate Class Requirements

    Most schools, and generally every school in the United States has some type of curriculum that must be met in order for a student to complete a program. Because education requires a solid understanding of multiple disciplines, it is important that school's dictate, to some extent, what classes a student should take.

  • Schools should not dictate what classes a child takes.

    If you consistently allow a child to choose the classes he/she wants to take year after year, that child will only be growing closer and closer to a specific career goal which they will love because the build up of chosen classes will have been what lead them to the career path they receive when they graduate.

  • Schools should not dictate what classes a child takes.

    If you consistently allow a child to choose the classes he/she wants to take year after year, that child will only be growing closer and closer to a specific career goal which they will love because the build up of chosen classes will have been what lead them to the career path they receive when they graduate.

  • Schools Should Not Dictate Class Load

    No, schools should not dictate what classes a child thinks as each child is an individual, and a core curriculum does not treat and teach children as individuals. In the adult world, there are many, many different types of jobs, so a child must be able to prepare for the type of job that s/he believes that s/he will want.


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