Should Middle School Students Choose Their Classes Research Paper

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Should Middle School Students Choose Their Classes?!
By: Student Name

I know it would be cool to choose the classes you go to in middle school, but it would not be right. Kids won’t choose any classes they would need to learn in these three years of our lives called middle school. You don’t always get what you want in life so, you have to learn anything you can to be prepared for life. By no means, should middle school students should not choose the classes they go to.

Kids will only choose the classes they like and may never learn what they would need to in middle school. I have learned that math and gym are favorites among students in school, which may leave holes in their language arts, science, and social studies knowledge. Some kids

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