When more kids can list the cast of Jersey Shore than name the Vice President, is it time to institute exit exams from high school and stringent entrance exams for college so that we ensure American youth are versed in basic American history and civics?

Myrtle Beach, SC, Orlando, FL February 11, 2016

Sheffield, Jamaica Correspondent-History is important to the American society. Too often kids are able to list TV show casts such as Jersey Shore, but aren’t able to name the Vice President. That is quite sad. However, this problem can be tackled if educational facilities were to institute stringent examinations. These exams should be set and taken by students who are leaving high schools and those to be admitted in colleges. Continue reading