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Students should not be forced to go to school until the US gets a replacement for Common Core

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Started: 3/19/2018 Category: Education
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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Common Core is an ineffective teaching standard and to make it worse schools use standardized testing. Both of these should not be used in schools and I personally think that until the US gets a working and effective replacement for Common Core students should not be forced into going to school.

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The majority of the populous has known that common-core is a horrible and ineffective learning method, school can basically be summed up as "Here da facts, memorize da facts, write as many facts as you know, A+=Intelligent / F-=Retarded/Learning disability" and this pretty much stays constant until college or university were they actually make an effort to teach people things like Engineering, Government, Business. My point is common-core is a pathetic excuse for a method of learning that isn't going to go away any time soon because that would require people to get off their asses and develop a new system and somehow convince minimum wage salary teachers to enforce it in classrooms. School being terrible isn't a stereotype, and i refuse to deny people the truth.
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