Levels of Education for a Teen

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Patrick Bakley 1 Patrick Bakley A. Ballour MWF 9:00 am November 9, 2009 Levels of Education for a Teen Most teens will go to high school and college at some point in their lifetimes. A lot of those teens who do go to college will most likely start off at a junior college. They start at a junior college because they believe it will be just like high school. However , it is not just like a high school, but it does have some similar ities to a high school. Both high schools and junior colleges can be compared by their structure of the classroom, teachers and they way they teach, and the student body. First, the structure between high schools and junior colleges are very diverse . A high school requires you to go to seven, fifty minute to an hour, classes a day from eight in the morning until three in the afternoon. However , a junior college hour period is very different . At a junior college, a class period can be as long as four hours; be only Monday, Wednesday, and Friday; and be at any time of the day. Both
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