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Kids should be done with school at 16

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 1/12/2018 Category: People
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
Viewed: 340 times Debate No: 106658
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I think kids should go to school at 16 because they will make the school day longer just buy a half hour 45 minutes it won't be that bad at 16 you want to feel good and ready for the world.


I accept your debate. Kids should actually be going to school until age 35. Nowadays, we have too many kids who are dropping out of school and we need our countries to become more educated. Most of the material isn't even that hard and school is super important.
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at 16 you get more time in your lives after school. and now you can get a job and pay for college
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Posted by Ezpresso 3 years ago
35 is way too old, to spend 40% of your life in education is meaningless, unless you intend to or are a P.H.D graduate, and even then it is far too long. As a mandatory system, forcing kids to stay in education until 35 is illogical
Posted by Ezpresso 3 years ago
I agree, but they should be given the option to continue if they wish
Posted by KGlife 3 years ago
He's probably just wants to get out of school.
Posted by Nd2400 3 years ago
How about college? People go to college in their 20's to their 30s and 40s .
At 16 you will not be ready for the real world..
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