Comrade 2020-12-21 (Mon) 05:21:34 No. 1499
unironically import the french model, which most continental europe uses, and which was also the standard in the eastern block: national examination covering 2-5 subjects which may vary depending on the curricula track (STEM-focused or humanities-focused), and competitive written exams for entry into higher education.
Comrade 2020-12-21 (Mon) 05:21:48 No. 1640
This shit ain't happenin in Burgerstan without a revolution.
Too many PROFITs to be lost
Anonymous 2021-10-04 (Mon) 19:02:13 No. 7842
>including international students who had to take them very early in the morning like 2 AM. so? whats the problem? are they gonna do a separate test for each fucking region? get real burgerstan education system is both free in time and money, especially when compared to anything to come out of europe or asia. yes, you pay for the exam, but its literally a single day worth of min wage labour fee. in some europoor countries you literally repeat high school for a year or two if you failed your exam, kek.
Anonymous 2021-10-04 (Mon) 19:03:13 No. 7843
>Corrupt Company masking as a "nonprofit" I just assume every nonprofit is corrupt
Anonymous 2021-10-05 (Tue) 00:11:13 No. 7847
It ain't free once you get to college bud.
Anonymous 2021-10-06 (Wed) 06:09:04 No. 7966
>>7847 >what is community college >what are scholarships (that you can get from CC and the fucking SAT)
you know, thats actually the best part about the US education system. you can get scholarships and stuff for *free* at a time in your life when your choices are the most conscious and under your control. you can also go to college easily if you dropped out.
compare this to a lot of countries in yurop, where if you didn't get good grades in an even more arbitrary exam than the SAT that is not free in access (only accessible through the school system), you get fucked out of your scholarship AND have to frequent high school again for at least another year so you get accepted into college. this easily happens if you're poor, have a bad environment, abusive parents, etc; literally outside of your control. so much for meritocracy right?
Anonymous 2021-10-06 (Wed) 11:37:48 No. 7967
>>7966 >AND have to frequent high school again for at least another year so you get accepted into college.
because you're expected to know some things before university. a third of college graduates in the US are illiterate. not even joking, look it up.