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‎I think secondary education should be conducted in a single secondary school. I have reasons which support my opinion.
First, in terms of education, it is one of the biggest benefits in a single secondary school that they don’t have to worry about the learning progress gap of each students. In separate junior and senior high school, the gap is sometimes considered as a problem. Most of single secondary schools are conducted their classes earlier.
Second, the students in these school are able to communicate with many people. It is to be great experience when they are become adult or start to work in societies. Considering these reasons, I consider system of a single secondary school to be preferable.

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