Bring politics, law and everyday living into schools to be taught as a core subject.
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Many young people - such as GCSE and A Level students, knowing about politics and law and just basic everyday tasks - such as knowing about mortgages, taxes, etc. are topics that are not talked about in schools. This raises an issue and an uncertainty around the subjects, especially politics. As someone who is currently studying at college, my knowledge is lacking in areas such as this and us, as a generation, are 'the future' of this country and what decisions are made in parliament will purely have a greater affect on us. We need to be able to be educated purely in these areas at a younger age, so that by the time of leaving school, or college, we have a clear understanding of these important topics, so by the time we are able to vote, our descisions are not wasted, and we are able to create a better future for us all.
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