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Super Senior Super Senior was a term my friends and I used to call someone who was held back in school and had to repeat his senior year If the Super Senior would had have graduated with his class he would have not had the skills that the other graduates had and the promotion would be called social promotion Social promotion has been talked about for years should the person stay in school or graduate Social promotion is the promotion of a child to the next grade because they want that child to be the same age as the others in his or her grade However many people believe its good for the child to be held back these people say that its good for a child to get held back because it would just help the kid out By keeping the child back holding the child back would allow the child to catch up with the skills that they misunderstood If the school doesnt hold the child back that would just be fooling him or her by telling the child that he or she had the skills to do something but he or she really doesnt Holding a child back would put more stress on the child and may cause the child to just quit I believe they should continue social promotion because holding a child back causes intrapersonal problems and social problems social promotion has special classes that one can go but still not be held back and holding the child back all depends on the teachers First of all social promotion should continue because holding a child back may cause intrapersonal problems By telling a child that they would be held back is the first impact on his school life and it may cause the child to either quit school or not want to go back to school My friend Adrian and I were the same age and when we were
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