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  • School teaches structure

    Although school can be waste at times, school better prepares students for careers. You might think that waking up at 7 a.M to learn about parabolas is a waste of time, however it is teaching you structure. When you're older, you have to wake up early because of your career.

  • Education within a society should be mandatory on the grounds that, without it, a society could hardly function cohesively on the most basic level.

    The only way that you waste your education, school-time, is if you allow it to be a waste. Students who choose to go through their courses, pass them, and then leave, do not earn anything from their experience. It is because they do not pay attention in class, because they do not actually focus on the specific learning that they become detriments to society. In a world where school was not a mandatory activity for adolescents to participate in, undoubtedly, we'd probably have a larger workforce of technicians, such as electricians and plumbers, as more people would eventually opt to do more menial labor (something that might be good for the country in fact), but without a general educative foundation, society would easily be molded by those who did choose to have an education, as they would likely create a bureaucracy which ruled the government world; only the educated would lead, as they should. To this extent, ins such a world, if a bureaucracy did lead, would those who had chosen not to go to school have as much power and say in the matter of how they were governed? They would be undermined by the fact that they did not have a strong foundation of which they could base their opinions on, because they did not have a general education. The point is that, school is not a useless matter because you believe that the things you learn will not be used in the real world; that's not the point of school, not really. The point of school is to create effective citizens who have the ability to think for themselves, so that when they do make decisions, they do not make decisions which would undermine their authority as people. The education system may be flawed, but it is flawed because there are a lot of people who decided not to pay attention in class, and they are now angry, because they've elected representatives who do not have their best interests at heart, because they have allowed school to become a strong government institution to the shaping of young minds, when the young minds are the ones who should be shaping themselves. School is a necessary feature in a rational society, for without it, the society would turn more often to the irrational in order to justify it's institutions--and it would fail.

  • Education is a difficult and thus if we do not coerce students to go to school, they may resort to escapism.

    This is a perplexing problem because education teaches the students the basics to life: mathematics to calculate their taxes, literacy to read and understand important information, to write and convey ideas and just to name a few. Most countries practice democracy and hence we need literate voters to push the nation in a direction better by understanding the state of affairs and good reasoning. Thus, we need people to be educated. However, education may present a challenge due to the possible steep learning curve for some. Thus, we can expect the drop-out rate to be significant if we do not make schooling mandatory, especially for school children who do not understand the consequences, or parents who do not regard education important in their own line of thought. Therefore, the need to be educated should be aligned to students attending school, thereby we have to force them to do so, at least to the point they gain enough skills and knowledge for daily life.

  • We really should go to school

    In this age and day, if we want to have a good job, we should have academic qualifications. Furthermore, going to school means that we have great opportunities to learn valuable knowlegde, important skills which can be used in working in the future. Although some knowledge at school is not really realistic, there are still useful things like language and maths. If we do not know these thing, it is hard to develop. To sum up, i believe going to school is vital.

  • We really should go to school

    In this age and day, if we want to have a good job, we should have academic qualifications. Furthermore, going to school means that we have great opportunities to learn valuable knowlegde, important skills which can be used in working in the future. Although some knowledge at school is not really realistic, there are still useful things like language and maths. If we do not know these thing, it is hard to develop. To sum up, i believe going to school is vital.

  • Yes you should.

    First and foremost, you should at least get your high school diploma. Without one, your going to have trouble even getting a minimum wage job and if you did, you would likely be passed up for promotions by people with less experience because they do. To prevent this, and you ending up on government assistance the rest of your life, you at least need to graduate.

  • Education is a necessity.

    If one does not have a proper education, how do you expect them to lead a successful life in a world where knowledge is key? Without a proper education, you will lack essential life skills to succeed. Whether it is a quadratic equation that keeps bridges from collapsing, or a formula for an antibody that eradicates a deadly disease, education is REQUIRED in one way, shape or form if you ever wish to have a civilized society.

  • School Is Important

    I myself am still in school and find it quite boring at times but I do think we certainly need it.
    Our education is a very important and big thing in our lives. It'd be a shame to throw it all away. And you wouldn't just be throwing that way but thousands of opportunities along with it. By wasting the opportunities we would be wasting valuable options and paths in our lives. You could be the man to discover the cure to cancer but if you missed out on school you wouldn't ever reach that potential.

  • Yes school is a necessity

    Other than providing a proper education to the child, school is also responsible for the overall development of a child. Meeting new people will give him exposure to the real world, which cannot be done at home. And finally it will prepare him to face the world outside, making him a better person.

  • Yes, I do believe so with an exception

    HOWEVER, I don't think children who are truly sick should get marks against them or get the police called on them. Education, besides Jesus, is the most valuable thing that can prepare you for the future, that said I believe the educational system needs MAJOR improvements and ameliorations for the student's best interest in mind!

  • No, no one should be forced to.

    After all, it is up to a person to live life the way he / she wants to. That being said, no one should be forced to go to school if they do not want to; everyone should have the privilege of living a free life, regardless of mindset or any other personal features.

  • Shouldn't we be able to do what we want with our life?

    From someone with anxiety and depression, school can be a toxic environment. Children can be mean, and if you don't want to go to college, it is a waste of time. There are important things to learn though, read, write, count, spell, the basic things that you need in the real world, not all these stupid equations that you don't need in the real world. I don't plan on going to college, I plan on moving out at 18 and travel and write books. Most of the stuff you learn in school is pointless.

  • Definitely not. This hampers the process of educating the child himself.

    Everyone, no matter what age, has the freedom to do whatever he or she wants. Yes, I certainly agree that education is a necessity. Without, it our minds will not be developed and thus our judgment will deteriorate. Through education we cultivate the skill of thinking for ourselves. However, if you add the use of forcing someone to the picture, I fervently disagree with it. It's a different case now. Even if we force children to go to school, they have a possibility of growing stubborn and rebellious, which will contribute to their now growing hatred for school as they were forced. Well-educated people have inevitably better judgments which affects a lot of things. An example is politics. More well-educated people, as they have better judgment, tend to vote for the right politician. However, I reiterate that if these unfortunate children will be forced into learning, none of these would happen. Instead of focusing their energy on learning, they'd spend more time on hating school which of course impedes their learning and wastes their time all those years in school. For education to have optimum and maximum impact on the student, he or she has to have an inherent desire to learn.

  • Revamp the ed system

    The education system teaches us rarely any valuable things, like when will I ever have to write a poem again? If we are not happy with the system, we shouldn't forced to oblige by it and we should still be given opportunities to earn our living. None of my friends are gonna be an astronaut, then why shall I learn about the solar system? Revamp the system or trash it.

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Foodiesoul says2016-07-05T02:51:42.810
Technically, we already are forced to go to school!