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McDonald’s or IBM

This is my response to Damien Jackson’s article, McDonald’s or IBM

McDonald’s or IBM, an article by Damien Jackson, discusses the changing education policies in the United States. He said that the North Carolina recently implemented a new policy asking eighth graders to choose one of four high school pathway. He also said that in North Carolina, education has led to harsh new policies which have had harmful effects on many students. I agree with his opinion that the new policy will bring harmful effects on many students especially in psychology view and education view.

In the article, Damien Jackson writes his argument that “eighth grader is an awkward and uncertain time of physical and emotional change.” Many of students in this period are not mature enough to choose their pathway what they will become. In this period also, many of them still choose the future job by looking the external good. Continue reading →

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