High School Should Be Mandatory

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Optional High School Although some people believe optional high school is good, because some students commit suicide by school’s pressures. However, high school becomes optional is bad, because a high school diploma is helpful for people’s career and life, and to avoid unemployment, prepared for their futures.
In 1840, there are 3.68 million children between the ages of five and fifteen, about 55% attended schools. Many families could not afford to pay for their children to go to school or let them leave from farm work. In 1830s, more private schools were established for girls for education past school, especially in northern states. That time, school wasn’t mandatory yet. Mandatory school attendance has been part of American children’s
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Many people think it is better to educate a certain point, such a basic skill and math, and not educate them with all the unnecessary things that are taught to children now. According to the City Data (CD) Students who has low grades but otherwise put forth an honest effort and are non-disruptive should be admitted to high school on a probationary basis, with focused tutoring and mentoring. They may have a successful character and we certainly want to let the children in the game. Students as worthy of respect, as long as they proved that the will and ability.
According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDCP), in 2004, suicide was the third largest cause of death in the following age groups. Of every 100,000 young people in each age group, adolescents ages 15 to 19-8.2 per 100,000. In 2005, 16.9% of U.S. high school students reported that they had seriously considered attempting suicide during the 12 months preceding the survey. So even though this might change and decreases the suicide amount, students have to go to school and prepared for their futures.
The US economy added 292,000 jobs in the final month of 2015, capping a year that saw the economy add 2.7 million jobs while the unemployment rate fell to 5%. But for signs that the labor market is significantly tightening look no further than the unemployment rate for Americans with the least amount of formal schooling. The unemployment rate for those with less than a
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