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One of the more well-known problems associated with children within the United States is dropping out of school Being that in the United States children are allowed to drop out of school at age sixteen high school dropout rates are becoming increasingly higher As I grow older each year it seems that more of my peers around me could care less about going to school Not many of the teenagers are taking pride in the education opportunity that is given to them My mother has always told me that back in Africa you dont have the choice of dropping out of school even if you wanted to If you got the opportunity to attend school you have to finish it America allows their youth to make decisions at a young age which later causes a strain in the economy With that being said the government should change the age for children to drop out of school from age sixteen to eighteen Bullying and children having the feeling that they are not smarter than their peers also plays a big role in the dropout ratesIn other countries parents have to struggle just to send their children to schools because of financial issues Some children in other countries would do anything to attend school while children in America could care less about going to school The United States offers a free public education which is why many people migrate to America just so that their children could get a good education to help better their futures Unfortunately because America allows the option of dropping out of school most children do not make it far in their education If America raised the dropout age to eighteen it will be better because at least most children will be done with high school and get their diplomas Then they can have the option of going to college or notNot only do the government need to raise the dropout
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