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An examination of a school handbook from a local public high school shows that the "expectations" of students are more like laws by which a citizen must abide to live in a society. "Respect the teacher's position as leader in the classroom . . . " sounds like a statement of a tyrant. These "expectations" seem forced upon the students with no freedom. If schools want students to be successful citizens, they should allow students to take the courses they want and let them breathe. Which change would make the evidence stronger? supporting the analogical evidence with empirical evidence by providing a comparison to a similar situation in a foreign country supporting the empirical evidence with anecdotal evidence by giving an example of how a specific teacher enforced the rules supporting the anecdotal evidence with empirical evidence by examining a range of school handbooks from various public schools supporting the anecdotal evidence with empirical evidence that suggests schools are wasting money by enforcing rules


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