Persuasive Speech: The Purpose Of Education In School

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Have you ever felt like you’re been forced or not been given enough choices or opportunities when it comes to learning things that interest and fascinate you? Think about the interminable lists of fields of study we have around the world. It’s truly endless. There are different kinds of sciences, arts, social studies, history and the list goes on. Ever sat down and thought, “When am I ever going to use this knowledge about blah blah math and stuff and when will it ever be useful in my life if I aspire to be a painter?” Children are forced to find their passions and interests out of school on their own. What is truly the purpose of learning at school then? Why can’t we integrate and encourage the introduction of these things in our school? This can attract many gifted students from many places around. It is a win-win situation for both the school and the child. We can achieve more together. Many children walk out of school not knowing the necessities and skills to survive independently and to be socially accepted in the community. They are found to struggle tremendously and it’s quite hilarious to actually see that you know how atomic physics work but fail to change a single car tire. There are so much more to learning than just grades. We should expand our school by adding and creating diversity among subjects and extracurricular activities in our school. These extracurricular activities are an essential part of a young student’s future transcript and résumé. Every child is

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