The very nature of homeschooling makes it difficult to quantify student performance. However, the best available evidence is strongly positive about home-school student learning. The available evidence certainly seems to indicate otherwise.Harm to Public Education. Home schooling limits public school enrollments and therefore reduces the amounts of money state governments provide to local school districts. Which decreases the numbers of parents who are wanting to increase their children’s education (“Brookings”)
Another reason is because they tend to cheat. Lastly, paying students will only help in the short run not the long run. Paying a student is a horrible idea because it takes the motivation of learning from a student, they can cheat, and it only helps in the short run. First of all, schools should not pay students for good grades because they can lose their motivation to learn. Edward Deci says, “Most children are by nature motivated to learn,”.
When considering the choice of whether schools should pay students or not, schools not paying students for good grades is definitely the choice. If students are paid, they will experience lower scores and practical problems in the classroom which will escalate to problems outside of school. Also, paying for good grades can lead to a reduction of the child’s self-motivation. If my claim is not listened to, the future of these innocent children will become ominous and undetermined. Most parents want the best for their children; however paying children for good grades will only diminish all the amazing opportunities for
The more disastrous outcome is that achieving such level become less advantageous while not achieving it has some serious consequences (p.99-100). The inequality in education also shows in the standardized tests. The standardized tests involve the questions that the students with knowledge that comes from other types of communication than class or lecture. Mostly, the students with such knowledge come from the middle-high socio-economic class family which makes their achievements enhanced than the achievements of the students from lower socio-economic class
While the United States’ education must be improved in order to address the changing career market, Common Core is not the most effective method. Common Core has the goal of preparing students and schools for competition; however, Common Core merely hurts students who have to change schools due to school failure. One way to help both students and schools is the voucher method. This method which is present in countries such Netherlands and Sweden has successfully bettered the national level of education (Salisbury). While many people who are against school vouchers claim it only segregates schools or only benefits the wealthy, these two nations have proved the opposite; Salisbury states, “In Sweden, the share of immigrant students from poor families has increased in the popular inner-city schools that were once predominately upper class.” This contradicts the beliefs of many anti-voucher advocates, and provides insight into how our nation may react if school vouchers were distributed to everyone.
A controversial topic of education, whether it is a right or a privilege, remains highly disputed till this day. Viewing education as a right sets many peoples’ perspectives astray from its original intention, helping children from poor families to attend school. The right of an education is often viewed as an obligation and not a need to compete in the world to survive. Moreover, as a right, education is frequently taken for granted. On the other hand, the privilege of an education creates a burdensome fee for many poor families, causing a rise of many illiterates.
Whereas, a private education is usually out of reach for poorer students, which means that it's less likely to introduce your child to children of various races and socioeconomic backgrounds. If you want your child to know children from all walks of life, then a public school is for you. Furthermore, public schools often have the resources to offer more academic
The richer you are the better education you get. The poorer you are, the less education you get. Worse, the less fortunate students have the higher tendency of dropping out or stop from schooling. Except for those self-supporting students who are really striving hard to finish a course, this capability to earn a good education because of financial status is actually happening. This is a sad reality that the government
Does not matter either the kids are rich or poor, education was one of the needs in human life. Poverty in Malaysia lead to poor education among the children and it is therefore important for governments to tackle the issue and prevent from the children to be ignored and left out. The child from the poor family might face a hard time in their early life. Children in poverty are more likely to have negative experiences and feel ignored by the teachers (V.V. Chandran & C. Geetha, 2009).
One major impact of the British colonial rule is education. The British had brought education to the people of Malaya that they had colonised. However, states like Perlis and Terengganu were part of the Unfederated malay states and thus, they did not get as much education as the Federated malay states such as Perak and Kelantan. Due to the people in the federated malay states being more educated than the Unfederated malay states, more revenue will come to the Federated malay states as the people in Federated malay states will have more job opportunities and thus, the economy will be better in Federated malay states than Unfederated malay states. Also, a standardised currency system was put in place by the British to help boost economic growth for those states they colonised.