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Change The Way Schools Are Run One thing that we have got to do is change the way that schools are run to keep kids fromdropping out Everyday teenagers drop out of school because they dont care and cant get the help that they need People say that things have always been the way that they are and if it were to change that things would only get worst Just because things have always been the same in schools doesnt mean that it cant relate to a career and hands on training When it comes to schools not very many things have changed Kids have always had togo to school from early morning to mid afternoon Just because school has been from earlymorning to mid afternoon doesnt mean that changing that a little wouldnt work too If school started two or three hours later then kids would be more awake and more apt to learn For the majority of the people that like the way schools are run everything turned out fine in their joblife Now days getting a job is much harder and calls for more education then in past years Jobs are different and so is the amount of material that is supposed to be known to get that job Students need more education and know-how to prepare for the jobs that are in demand Todays high schools dont fit the needs of todays teenagers and the jobs they plan to get I myself am going to become an automotive technician and work on everyday vehicles Tell me where in the automotive industry theat you need to know about the life of James K Polk our president from 1845-1849 That sort of thing would never come up in any question or a job relating to cars I need classes that relate to the career that I have chosen and not the career of a historian or a politician Classes
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