Obviously, that is not enough, so students will not have the motivation any more to get good marks the next year, because they want something more. From my opinion as a student, that school should pay the students for good marks, however some schools tried in U.S.A and the percentage of students that get in A has increased a lot. Some students around the world are asking this question “should students be paid for good grades”. Some students
They will negatively affect students who really want to study and work hard. Some students in high school who care more about going to the university and they cannot wait to go there and be with people who work hard and take it seriously. Another reason why higher education should not be free is that students would not be able to handle the stress. Also they will drop out easier and this is wrong! Students will never work hard and they would mess around.
A combination of a lack of dedication and minimal effort can cause extremely intelligent people to become C students at best. This argument is not claiming that these students deserve higher grades due to their intelligence, but it is simply stating that the grading system currently placed in schools across the country is not the best indicator of one's intelligence. As a matter of fact, self-discipline and good grades have a stronger correlation with each other than high IQ and good grades. (Source D) Another example that debunks the grading system’s ability to judge intelligence is the fact that grades do not reflect world experience. It is proven that many of today's straight A students struggle with applying their learning to real world situations.
[...] ‘I don 't see color, I see people,’ the saying goes. But in post-Civil Rights America, is colorblindness the same as equality?” This hope of becoming a “colorblind society” is because society is in denial. Perhaps society is using this theory as a way to hide the fact that they are in denial because they don’t want to accept the fact that they are in denial of being in denial about race. Denial that race does not affect the minorities opportunities is one of the many main reasons in which whites treat the non whites they way in which they are treated. Many opportunities have been lost and unable to regained.
For example, some students make unacceptable decisions which results in not getting a healthy job or even being accepted into college. ”One admissions officer admitted to Kaplan that a status update expressing disinterest in the school contributed to his decision to reject the student” (Schiffman). In the same way, not showing love for the school who the graduates would like to attend to for
First of all, students should not be paid for good grades due to not needed pressure. The NEA claims : many teachers say, “Paying students for good grades leads to practical problems in their classrooms, including pressure to inflate grades and conflict with students and parents.” This means students are more likely to be in bad moods and have bad relationships with parents and classmates. If some kids get money and the rest don’t, arguments will break out. In a classroom, students are supposed to be respectful to each other in order to have and efficient working environment. The effect of this is, students will be stressed and annoyed or angry with them, if unable to raise test scores.
they start to think , why are we separated and not in one class !! and this curiosty can lead to extreme thinking and weird beliefs in the not too far future . another study shows that males of single sex school education seem to have much fewer female friends during the university time , it becomes hard for them to deal with other females than their relatives or siblings , and this problems can continue with the males specially to a life time as shown by the study . one of these studies is a Research published by Dr. Lynn Liben in 2011 shows that there is strong evidence of negative consequences accompanying segregating by sex and that doing so promotes the development of negative gender
“Our review revealed that there is little resesarch to support the effectivness of compulsory attendance laws in acheving these goals (of lowering the droupout rate)” (Schargel). Each day more and more students drop out of high school and there is no reasonable explanation to dropout of high school. Most students drop out because their parents don’t care or the student finds school boring. Other reasons that students want to drop out is because they need to help there family financially or other peronal reasons. What we need to do is get students more focused on school and help them realize how important their education really is.
In the field of education we can once again notice how affirmative action becomes a failure over time. At the very beginning of affirmative action we did believe that it was something fair since it would have helped the country to give the ability to people from the minorities to have access to education and show their real value, since we need to notice that due to ignorance, some whites men used to think that black people for instance could not be educated and be able to ask critical questions. By the way, we do not blame them since actually maybe that this idea of the intellectual black man was strange to them. But when a policy helps one group to catch up the other group’s level of education due some discriminations going on before like the Brown v. the board of education case, we can agree with it at the beginning, however doing the same thing over and over for 50 years can become problematic. Tell us what do we actually want to catch up?
Equality of opportunity evades low-income first-generation college students. Often times, they lag behind their peers in college. Disparities in graduation rates, GPA, and internships prevent them from reaching their maximum potential. Equality of Opportunity is a political theory, which calls for a level playing field, regardless of one’s position in society. Given the lack of easily accessible resources for low-income first-generation college students, a change must occur to ensure these students succeed.