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Should Ebonics Be Taught In High SchoolsI feel that if Ebonics were to be taught in high schools today it would lower the already low standards on public education today In most California schools the competency level among its students in the reading and math department is already at an all time low and by allowing Ebonics into the school system it advocates less school work as well as laziness among its students To say that Ebonics is a foreign language is wrong It is the culminations over the years of people who have not been in school who have lived in the streets and who have tried to not receive any type of education whatsoever These people were educational misfits who did not take their education seriously and failed in their educational careers These people did not know any other type of speech rather than the one that they proclaimed they made up over the yearsEbonics will not help students in the long run For students in the Oakland area the majority of them speak in the Ebonics dialect already so by offering it as a second language these kids will cheat the education system by taking a language that they already know For example should it be allowed for a foreign exchange student from Mexico be allowed to take Spanish classes I feel this idea is wrong because students in the Oakland area can earn an easy A in an Ebonics class without having to do much work High school should not be about easy As in a class classes should be hard and demanding because high school sets kids up for the real world Ebonics should not be considered a foreign language because there is little difference from it compared to English For example He be going to the store compared to he is going to the store Rottenburg 278 With such a little difference from proper English it is hard to
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