In 2013, budget cuts in a school system of Akron, Ohio caused schools to have to cut their fine arts programs; therefore, over half of the school’s population had no choice but to change their schedule with different courses. To prove that this budget cut was not working to their school board, a small group of students conducted a study with all of the students that were once involved in the fine arts programs before they had been cut. Some of these questions included: “ever since cuts were made, have you begun participating in drugs?” and “has your overall school performance dropped since you have had the arts?” Afterwards, for reassurance that the students in question were not lying, the group asked common core teachers if they had noticed
This would cause students to perform better academically since they think of school in positive ways and want to excelle. Students behavior would be confident and positive. Teachers would benefit from this since they would not have to worry about students being disrespectful or students not doing their homework. Students spend more than 100 hours of extra time in school, but the US is still falling behind in global rankings (Vittana). Many schools in other countries spend less time in school and do not receive homework.
The article “Demand for pre-k is increasing, supply must catch up” mentioned a study in which children who attended pre-kindergarten were shown to be “more likely to graduate from high school, attend college and succeed in the workplace than their peers that did not attend”. As this study is showing that by attending prekindergarten children were more likely to succeed, the demand for pre-kindergarten classes is going to increase, this is due to the fact that people would value the program more and therefore would be willing to give up more to have their children attend. The article “Demand for pre-k is increasing, supply must catch up” was a good article to analyze from an economic standpoint, especially looking at a strictly supply and demand perspective as it incorporated many strong examples of both quantity of supply and demand and demand itself. Through the use of Cocktail Party Economics it was easy to pick apart and analyze each of these components of in a greater economic standpoint in relation to the article that I
People were losing their lives and the government did all they could to try and stop it. Some people even moved to another state to try and find another job to provide for their families. The Red Scare was the worst time of the nineteenth century it was all about racism and the political views on the economy. The 9-11 terrorist
Students who study music outperform their non-music peers in assessments of math, and the advantage that music provides increases over time. These findings hold true regardless of socio-economic status and race/ethnicity (Baker, 2011). Additionally, It is believed that music education enhances student motivation. This is explained by their sense of accomplishment by learning musical instruments, which allows them to build confidence to perform better within group activities (Caterall, 2012). On the other hand, schools have the benefit of investing more in other fields such as sports and recreation.
Although parents would complain about students getting home at a later time, high school should start an hour later, because more sleep helps students get better grades and have overall better health. Sleep affects how we look, feel and perform on a daily basis, and can have a major impact on our overall quality of life. If it’s hard to perform daily tasks without sleep think of how hard it would be a student and keep up grades in high school without sleep. Which is why high school should start an hour later. “Later start times also generally correspond to improved attendance, less tardiness, less falling asleep in class, better grades...,” (School Start
The study tells that students who received more arts education revealed better results on standardized tests like IQ, improved their social collaboration and creativity skills and were more motivated than those who had reduced or no access. With this in mind, can you think of the opportunities given to us?! How prosperous we can be in different spheres? Especially important to realize that all these abilities help you to achieve highest academic goals no matter whether you are a future artist or not. Accordingly, the arts classes should be required in schools, so the students can be successful in any classes while graduation as these developed skills will always help them in
Money is most desired among high school and college students who are in school. The application of this reward system is popular in scholastic concerns especially as to avoid the proliferation of low grades among students. If parents pay their high school students for good grades, the students won’t only earn good grades but also acquire more good grades, money management
Academic success to me is achieving good grades and understanding the material to get good grades. Academic success also means to have an good attendance. I already get mostly A’s and B’s, but I am not good at staying on top of things. To improve my academic success I will attend class more often, be more organized, pay attention in class, and not procrastinate. Attending class is important so I don't miss any assignments and get behind.
Bilingualism in Schools Sophia Y Learning a second language can greatly improve people's lives; it helps them and their countries in a very large number of ways. Multilingual people are far more successful in life because the knowledge of a second language opens up a great deal more opportunities (Fotheringham, 2018). Bilingualism is scientifically proven to improve cognitive performance (Brockless, 2017). It can also positively impact how empathetic a person is (Ruiz, 2017). In addition, having more bilinguals can improve the economy (Wagers, 2018).
This also affected the economy too. They lost billions of dollars not only in firefighters but in apparatus and equipment too. With all the deaths added they lost thousands of hours of training, whose deaths represented 4,400 years of cumulative training, nerve and wisdom,” (Frazier, 1). All of the training they lost from deaths, they had to make it up in new firefighters. This hurt many fire departments
Nurses have always wanted their autonomy in the practice, so it is inevitable that DNP program will be offered in school. Since DNP is considered a higher education than advanced practice nursing, there will also be an increased in education requirements, along with the increased in education costs and increased cost for the employers as well. Is it worth the extra cost and time in school? (Miller, J., 2008). Furthermore, the DNP program might take away the attention in other areas of APRN.
The horrible conditions that Native American children had to endure at these schools had ruined Native Americans view "public" education. Because of the actions taken against their ancestors in the earlier times, there is a definite rise of mistrust towards the government. This lack of trust creates a negative environment where the value of learning is not fully understood or appreciated. Without the motivation to keep going on with studies, Native American children decide to drop out (Youth). Because a lot of natives fail to get an education they still suffer economically.