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TheTrueSimmer
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Jhhillman
Con (against)

Should schools receive cash bonuses from the state for high test scores?

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Started: 5/31/2018 Category: Education
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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TheTrueSimmer

Pro

Schools should receive cash bonuses for high test scored because more money would result in better education and teachers which would result in even higher test scores.
Jhhillman

Con

No they shouldn't. It would only benefit schools that were already doing well. The money would be better spent on the schools with low test scores, because they actually need it. The schools that are already doing well don't need any more money.
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Posted by gracelovesdabates 3 years ago
gracelovesdabates
no because what if you were in a deprived area so you didn't achieve great scores you just achieved average because your mane concern was the health and well being of a student plus numbers on a paper don't mean everything
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