Career schools are better because they ensure people are prepared for a specific career by the time they get out of highschool
Career schools should remain a private school alternative, but public education should implement and teach a magnitude of subjects not career specific
We learn the basics on science, math, and writing in lower education schooling. Our number one goal is getting people a job. People should choose their career in middle education and trained for a job in the workforce. Colleges would no longer be the expensive career specific option, and many people could fill specialized positions in the workforce years earlier than if they pursued higher education.
No. High School is still part of a student's basic education. Afterward, a student goes to a Community College or 4-year college to attain a degree toward their chosen career. High Schools must educate all, but not all students are academically capable of proceeding to a formal education or serious about pursuing one. Therefore, college becomes a step that is an "earned" opportunity -- NOT a given.