Schools Should Not Be Closed Because of Low Test Scores.

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Schools Should Not Be Closed
Because of Low Test Scores.

Cody Dean
11-30-11

Outline
I. Schools should not be closed down because of low test scores. A. Many schools are being closed because of low test scores when the problem is not the school or its teachers. B. Schools should not be closed because of the students' scores. C. It is not the teachers or administrators fault that the students are failing.

Closing schools will make nothing better.
Schools make jobs.
II. Schools do not have low test scores because of teachers or administrators. A. It is the students' fault that they are failing.
B. It is up to the student to make good grades.
C. Teachers do their jobs and some.
III. Closing schools because to low test scores will make nothing better. A. Students from the closed school have to go to other schools. B. With more students in the classroom, it makes it harder for students to learn. C. Schools are having to make accommodations for the new students. IV. Schools make jobs.

A. 75-120 people work at an average school.
B. Without schools, many people would not have jobs.
C. Jobs lost from the closing schools adding to the national unemployment are making our economy worse. V. People who think schools should be closed because of low test scores are wrong. A. They do not understand the full effect of the situation. B. Low test takers are needed in our society.

C. The jobs that schools make are what our economy, which is, stable jobs. VI. Conclusion
In conclusion, schools are important. Without them our society will fall. Closing schools will nothing better, it makes things much worse. Teachers should not be fired because of students failing.

Is your school crowded? Is a larger classroom making it harder to learn? Schools are being closed because of low test scores and they should not be. There are many reasons why they do not need to be closed....
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