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About Me:I'm Kristen and I am a 17 year old Senior. I attend Sussex County a Technical School. In my school I am a part of the Debate team for the second year in a row. After I graduate I plan to go to SCCC to get my degree in a Child Specialist. I want to be an English teacher. Currently I work at a Daycare. I absolutely love children. I love spending time with friends and family and being a caring, loving person is what I am best at.
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It is important for students K-12 to learn a foreign language

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doldrums

I believe that it's is important for students K-12 to learn a foreign language. Now I don't mean necessarily as young as pre-school children, but maybe start as old as Middle school and then again in High school. Some parents teach their kids young, since the child's brain is like a sponge, it will absorb everything that they hear. Young children can learn, take in and remember a lot of information so that is why parents teach them at a young age. In Middle school, you should have to take minimu...

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Should funds be put more towards public schools or vocational schools?

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loveu157

Honestly I believe that funds should be implemented more towards vocational schools for numerous reasons. I think that some public schools aren't that great with what they teach and their school as a whole in general. In public schools, the information that they teach students gets them ready for what they want to do as far as their occupation. A lot of kids have no idea what they want to pursue once they graduate High school and some don't even attend a college. A vocational school is great bec...

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Educational Reform should be in the hands of the Federal government

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morningowl200

In 2001, President George W. Bush established the "No Child Left Behind Act". This was just one of the many laws that the Federal Government was involved in. This act increased the federal funding for education and gave public schools a standard based reform. Basically, what this did was give our public schools some sort of structure so that we actually have guidelines to follow. The purpose of the "No Child Left Behind Act" is to promote achievement and make sure that all students get the same...

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