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From a teacher's perspective I feel your pain over the percentage of graduates. You have the reason right there, the watering down of the curriculum. All of a sudden it is politically correct to bring down the curriculum and not challenge students. Then when they become mediocre adults, society complains. Preparation for productive adulthood begins at birth not at the age of high graduation.

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