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  • Of course they should duh

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  • We need real skills.

    Yes, secondary education should be a right, because a student does not know all the things that they need to know by the time they finish elementary school. Also, in secondary school, a student is still too young to work. We have to do something with them until they are grown up enough to work.

  • Secondary Education A Right

    Secondary Education should be a right, because in order to be a productive citizen in a country the person should be educated. Secondary education is an important step to do bigger and better things with their life. Learning in school or a nontraditional school should be available to all and not be prohibited.

  • Yes, It Should Be

    In the United States secondary education usually refers to high school years, or grades nine through twelve. We currently provide this education to the children of the country and I believe that education should be a right. It is unlikely that people will succeed with less than a high school education. While it does happen occasionally, it is extremely rare.

  • Secondary education should not be a right.

    Secondary education is not for everyone. There are students who are apt and have the drive to engage secondary education, but its not for everyone. Some people truly are happier with a wrench rather than a pencil. Not everyone is qualified for a secondary education either. It takes drive to continue school after 12 years of it. Some people are better served by entering the workforce directly after primary education


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