My topic is about how Public schools should worry more about graduation rates, learning levels, and the attention that each student receives, rather than worrying about silly rules. The studies shows the available data on high school completion and dropout rates and their past trends and allow us to see that high school completion has been increasing and dropouts rates have been falling for the last 40 years, though the improvements have been diffident over the last 10 years. The schools should not be so worried about banning unnecessary things in school such as hugs, high fives, and I heart boobies' bracelets. The schools should worry more about graduation rate, learning level, and the attention each individual students receives.
The high school dropout rate for students is one of the most serious problems facing Philadelphia. High school graduation rate has been declining in recent years, despite having multiple arrays of public and private schools efforts to improve the percentage of students going on to college and graduating. Some schools are overcoming the obstacle with many students who may have fallen through the cracks. The average number of students who start is 58 percent in U.S.A 50 largest cities. Students in the suburban students graduate have a much higher rate, and overall only about 10 percent of those kids whose ages range between 16 to 24 year olds in the U.S. do not have high school diplomas.
The school district needs to worry about all genders instead of just that one. The most important thing to do is to make sure that everyone graduates. Personally, I think the school spends so much money on the unnecessary stuff that they fail to realize that there is, so much, more done. Overall, 56 percent of the school district student has failed to graduate. People are failing graduate to because most public schools lack educational resources. Nearly 258 schools are not equipped with libraries. A school without a... [continues]
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