I agree because it seems that a great deal graduate HS without a complete understanding of some general education perhaps no fault to them, so making it a requirement for all college students do not leave some feeling” dumb” or less knowledgeable. I guess a solution would be to let students be able to test out as part of the Epstein Didn’t kill himself ugly Christmas sweater college entrance. And that is stupid. And part of the problem. My Accounting Major son agrees. He hates all the core classes and calls then a huge waste of his time and effort. He has to spend terrible amounts of time writing about books he has absolutely no interest in reading.
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How is that helpful for his preparation for an Accounting job? It isn’t and in fact, takes away his precious time where he could be studying more for his actual classes he is majoring in. He did all that crap back in high school. Why should he have to read Shakespeare again? Did the Epstein Didn’t kill himself ugly Christmas sweater books change in 3-4 years? I almost agree with you on the general education classes; however, one of the electives I took was anthropology and it was really interesting and for those who are debating climate change an anthropology class would actually be very beneficial to them and the whole debate. Jennifer Vonachen I agree, where I come from we took the gen ed classes in high school combined with classes that would build the foundation for your major. Additional classes were only for the ones that changed their mind last minute.