Post Don T Drop Out Analysis

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In modern day society, dropping out of any school whether it be college or high school is frowned upon. From a young age, most children are told by parents, teachers and mentors that if they drop out of school they will go nowhere in life. Most students do not drop out of elementary or middle school, but as they progress into high school and college some of them will decide that furthering their education is not for them. In Alex
Kern’s blog post Don’t Drop Out, he makes several good arguments for leaving school, but he shows that he is strongly in favor of school and graduating by talking about how each field of study has worth, school pushing an individual out of his/her comfort zone is a good thing and how good students do not need to teach
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For example, if I had a bad class for biology 101 I never would have pursued a science degree with hopes of going into the medical field, but since I had a good class this showed me that I really did enjoy this material.
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Dropping out of school can sometimes seem like the only option for some students. Maybe they have had bad experiences with school; they feel discouraged or have other priorities in life that seem more important than gaining an education and a degree. Kern states that dropping out of school was tempting for him and some days the bad of school outweighed the good. With all the negatives that school has to offer,
Kern strongly suggests that students should stay in school and stick it out because in the end, going to school gives students security and options later on in life. Kern shows his strong favor of staying in school by talking about how each field of study has worth, school pushing an individual out of his/her comfort zone is a good thing and how good students don’t need to teach themselves. In the end, school might be tough to start and tough to finish, but the benefits of an education are ones that keep on giving no matter how old a person

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