High School

School Reform
Youngsters between the ages of 14 and 18 are capable of more stringent study than U.S. high schools demand of them. As college becomes less affordable, better use must be made of high school.

High School is More Important than College star[offsite link]
Maeve Maddox:Thanks to the hype that "everyone must go to college," high school has lost the significance that belongs to it.

Time to Make Better Use of High School star
It's time for parents and students to stop viewing high school as an extension of childhood. As college becomes unaffordable to more and more young people, better use needs to be made of tax-supported educational opportunities.

U.S. Lawmakers and School Officials Need to Take a Good Look at What’s Happening in the U.K. star[offsite link]
Laws that govern the schools are laid down as if all children arrive at the classroom door ready to receive what is being offered. The result is a growing underclass of children who are going to swell the criminal classes when they grow up. Article by Mave Maddox.

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