Mac Tucker's Argument Analysis

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The general argument made by Mac Tucker is that the qualification system used in America isn’t up to par with the system used in other countries. More specifically Tucker argues that a better system could be put into place because the one now doesn't work well and Americans actually hate the system currently in use. He writes that many of the high stakes exams taken are set for the students not the teachers. The teachers receive no repercussions because these exams are set for the students and the only ones on the line are them. In this passage Tucker is suggesting that a new system should be put into place so that students and teachers are both able to track their progress and improve their standards. Both would be held accountable for getting

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