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Employment and Class Attendance
Alvina Joanna, Guest Reporter  |  tribune1968@cnumedia.com
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승인 2018.03.28  13:26:53
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                                       ▲ Choi Seung-hyun, Senior, Dept. of Japanese Language and Literature

    If our school had a system to approve the excused absence of employed students before graduation, it would be good for students to take up opportunities that come their way while attending school. However, as with any other systems, there may be students who would take advantage of this benefit. Even if employed students gets grades despite their absence, it would affect other students’ grades in the class and be disadvantageous to the others. In order to overcome such loopholes, there needs to be an inspection of documents verified by both a company and a university, and exceptional criteria for the students to fulfill towards the courses despite getting a job. If such a system were set in place, it would be a good opportunity for all.

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