Class Size In College

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Colleges are considered viable establishments for preparing students for jobs after their education career ends. However, they are not doing an optimal job in ensuring that students are obtaining the best education they can get. There is no pull or motivation factor to capture students’ attention within a large class. The most pivotal part of college is implementing what was learned throughout its duration, and applying it to a future career. Students are paying tens of thousands of dollars to attend college, and lowering the class sizes will help students receive the best education that they are paying for. Aside from the few classes that have small class sizes, I feel distant from the professor. In high school, I communicated with…show more content…
Students would be capable of meeting the other people in their class, and they wouldn't be as nervous to raise their hand. Furthermore, students would be more inclined to create study groups with people they knew from the class. On the other hand, the professor would know more about the individuals in the class, and they could navigate students individually if they got off track, or if they needed more help with the course material. With the increase of the students’ attention, and with the increase of the professors awareness of the individuals in the smaller class academic performance and scores would…show more content…
With the current funding to education it does not make sense for colleges to create smaller class sizes because it would cost substantially more, and then the tuition of the school would increase. In addition, a college degree is precious and valued, and an increase in funding should be considered and implemented. Students invest a lot in their education, and the educational system should implement the strategy of utilizing smaller class sizes so that the students are receiving the best out of their
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