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Does a Student Have a Right to Choose to Fail In the Constitution of the Untied States of America citizens are gauranteed a natural right Natural Rights are those rights that a person is born with These rights include the right to breathe the right to eat and the right to choose When we choose something we make a decision based on past experiences or weighing out certain options one might have to face when making a decision Students for example choose to pass a class The choice of attending school is not a choice a student can make because of laws that our country lives by but the right to pass is their choice There are two types of schools a student can attend private and public In either case the student has the option to pass or fail Private schools are privately funded by the Archdiosies for example parent contribution or soley on the school founder themselves These schools do not receive any public money Public Money is any money from the government or local taxpayers Since these schools do not receive government funding students are not protected by governmemnt standards If a student fails they are simply removed from the school nothing can be done Parents must pay a certain amount of money in tuition every month in order for their child to attend this type of school The parents and the student have made a choice to attend this certain school Public schools are the contrary of private schools Public schools are funded by public money A certain amount of money in tax dollars is distributed every year among all the schools Students in public schools attend school because their parents may not be able to afford a private education or the school is relativily closer to their house These students can pass or fail however many times they want it does not matter because they will not be removed
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