Requirement Of High School Essay

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In the United States it was decided that high schools will become universal, but everyone didn’t agree with that decision. During this time the Europeans felt that high school shouldn’t be universal because it would be a waste. It has now became a clever choice that America has made almost one hundred years ago, because of the high school education there has been major growths in factories and industries. Today this same debate has come across the headlines of media against college. With the majority of students in debt and not grantees a job after school, the argument is college shouldn’t be a requirement, furthermore most high school graduates aren’t ready for college-level work. Evidence has shown that college is a good investment, because even with a job such as a cashier by having a degree it may …show more content…
As I was finishing up high school I didn’t think I would go to college because I didn’t have a clue what I wanted to do with my life. I don’t think that I was very motivated about figuring out what I wanted to do so I push that in the back of my head. I didn’t really have the knowledge I have now about college due to the fact both my parents didn’t finish high school, which had a lot to do with my lack of motivation towards school. I think as you grow up your role model which is your parents should tell you the importance of school, but also asking your child their dreams and aspirations. Today I am in college, which I feel is a very wise choice I made for higher education. I know what I want to do in life and this career requires me to have college degree. According to David Leonhardt in his article, “Even for Cashiers, College Pays off” having a college level education will benefit you more than stopping your education at high school. Going to college can teach you a lot more that high school will, which can provide you with a high-skilled work

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