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Students in many of these classes goof off and waste time. They are not going to be using such skills required in an art or music class in their future career. Others suggest having artistic education improves character, helps one create conversation with others, and gives depth to oneself.
Should schools all around the country offer more college prep classes than we have to prepare the students who want to go to college more preparation before they might be forced to quit because they might be behind?
You can't compete in most of school sports if you're failing any class. Is it okay to keep it like that or should school give chances to kids who aren't good at studying, but have a great athletic ability?