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The aim of education is to cultivate the individuals capacities for mental growth and moral development to help him acquire the intellectual and moral virtue necessary for a good human life I agree with this quote from the Supreme court that education especially in public High schools should prepare students for good life in the real-world society Therefore I affirm the resolution which states When in conflict academic freedom in U S high schools ought to be valued above community standards To clarify the resolution and the round I offer the following definitions from The American Heritage Dictionary Academic Freedom-Liberty to teach pursue and discuss knowledge without restriction or interference as by school or public officials Knowledge- the body of facts etc accumulated by mankind Community- A group of people living in the same locality and under the same government High school- A secondary school that usually includes grades 9 or 10 through 12 generally ages 14-18 Standards-A requirement of moral conduct Society-A group of humans broadly distinguished from other groups by mutual interests participation in characteristic relationships shared institutions and a common culture Education-The knowledge or skill obtained or developed by a learning process My value for this round as that of the quality of the future This is the most important value in this resolution because the purpose of education is simply to make better people and a better society Whichever side best provides for the quality of the future provides the best and most successful education and should therefore win the round To best achieve the greatest quality of the future my value criterion for this round will be education Whichever side best provides for the widest broadest most preparing education is the side which best upholds the quality of the future Contention 1 By the age of high school ages 14 and above moral and ethical
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