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Also about free education+49Free education and medical care have generally allowed progress in a democratic society. Why some rich countries like the U.S.A. and Canada or some other countries do not imitate France and do away with tuition fees at the university and post secondary levels, with minimal administrative fees at the post-graduate level? It's a choice of a society which might yield a lot of benefits now and in the future. amirite?
Also about education, school, and learning+1Learning in school is the key to a successful life. Henceforth, having an outstanding education is the starting point to a great future, amirite?
Also about homework, school, and learning+477During the school year, you complain about school. During summer you complain about having nothing to do. They should create an optional school without any homework, it would solve both the issue of boredom, and kids who don't give a damn about learning to leave. amirite?
Also about school and learning+417Reading is important- not just for learning new things and expanding your imagination, but to help reinforce all the spelling/grammar rules you learn in school... like where an apostrophe is or isn't needed. So all you barely-literate junior high/high school kids need to read more real books, amirite?
Also about free education+301People need to stop complaining about living in the United States, and wanting to move out. All countries have problems. We have them too, but we also have free education, minimum wage, and a democratic system. If you don't like our problems, stop bitching about it on the internet, and go do something about them, amirite?