• anonymous
can someone help me with a thesis please?? -High schools should prepare high school students for the expectations and demands for college, so high schools should consider helping students manage their time better, give them harder classes; these changes might take time but will help students be prepared for college in advance.
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  • ganeshie8
ok i disagree with the idea somwhat - i believe learning must happen always bottom up. not top down. bottom up is natural, and we learn new stuff based on the concepts we knw already. not to catchup with college just because someone placed some fancy syllabus in college level. it would be fully boring to learn things only for future sake. we should try to make the school syllabus reacheable to students naturally. top-down approach in learning is very dangerous i feel

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