My school has something called TAP, Tutorial Assist Program. TAP gives students the chance to make up work or get help from teachers. This year, they are increasing the required credits to graduate for the class of 2010 from 22 credits to 24 credits. This means the class of 2010 can't fail a single class but the other classes can. That's not the only thing our school changed. TAP used to be after school every wednesday but now, we only have it twice a quarter and instead of TAP on the other wednesdays, we have advisory. In advisory, we learn things we already know such as being a good citizen and what being responsible and trustworthy is. Now tell me, if the school wants us to get more credits than the other classes, why are they decreasing the amount of TAP days?