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Following a North Carolina school board's controversial decision to end the tradition of naming valedictorians, many people have weighed in with their thoughts on the matter.

Some agree with the school board, saying that titles like valedictorian create an unhealthy competition among students and put too much emphasis solely on GPA.

Others, like Eric Bolling have disagreed, arguing that the "everyone gets a trophy" mentality is turning us into "a nation of wussies."

So who's right?

Joanne Nosuchinsky and Kat Timpf debated the issue last night on "The Greg Gutfeld Show."

Watch the segment above, and let us know what you think in the comments!

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