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Failure and Soft Courses High failure rate in college has been traced back to the taking of soft courses in place of real hard working courses Some say these soft courses affect minorities more than others do and should be abolished for good But I say these classes are destructive for anyone minority or not and should be strictly limited The first reason they should be limited is that they result in dropout and failure rates rising To end this trend the administration need to make core adjustments to fix the problem of soft courses The reason these courses are doing damage is because of the sheer amount of crap they throw at you At my school there were probably three soft courses for every one solid class Even the solid courses had two versions one of which turned a solid class into a soft one So with the lack of courses to choose from and a large amount of classes needed to pass you ended with maybe one or two real classes If they limited the number of electives you were allowed to take and eliminated some of the soft courses that pose as solid classes I think students would get a generally better education Next the administration must regulate teaching methods and limit the number of teachers they hire Core classes need to regulate themselves better In my school the same teacher would teach two versions of the same class One of these was a softer easier class the other harder The problems with these classes were the only difference was you wrote three essays in the hard version and in the soft you only wrote one Everything else was the same because the teachers did not want to make different lesson plans So even if you tried to avoid soft classes you ended up with them anyway My school also hired tons of new teachers
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