After all, education should come first at schools. Schools don 't want to charge for sports, but many have to. "Where else are you going to turn?" asked Gary Frisch, a school official”. This saying that even though having books and courses should be free and parents should not have to pay for that but because parents are not paying for their children to play sports the school is making them pay for books and courses instead.
Parents feel that pushing a child will help them to achieve more in life such as scholarships as well as teaching them life lessons. As stated before, many families can simply not afford a good education therefore feeling as though athletic success is the only possible option. Scholarships will help a child get into a good school and let them leave with minor to no debt. This sets these teens up for a positive future giving them a better chance for a good, beneficial job along with not having to worry about the post graduation affects of college. These division 1 scholarships are also very rare, which makes the constant push to achieve more worth it.
One other thing is that students should be satisfied with their good grades but now all the students care about is the money. The following year that they go to school and they don't get paid there grades will go down because the students are not
Children should be paid for going to school and getting good grades. We all know in this world not everything is fair. Some are less fortunate and need help, even some kids. So a reason we should pay kids is to help out the struggling children support themselves. 21% of children live in poverty almost 15 million, so if schools paid those kids to do good in school then they wouldn't have to worry about if they don't have enough food because the school would provide for them by paying them.
This article of research suggest that many of the factor that cause poverty but research also realized that they just focus on what best for children but doesn’t ensure that those programs are accessible and easily utilized by children of color and their family. ‘Doing the things right’ just can give the what the best to children but the most effectiveness way to eliminate the poverty is ‘doing the things right’ that is ensure that the entire program are accessible by their family. Therefore, the family can give the good quality of life to their children. This section contains an evaluation of article. The percentage of children live in poverty higher and higher and the rate of poverty cannot reduce because of several factors.
However, too many students are so self-focused that they cannot unlearn their selfish behaviors for the sake of finding the best-suited solution that can be achieved through collaborative thinking. In addition to Davidson, Jean Twenge also notices this pattern and she labels it as “narcissism”. As Twenge explains, “Because the school programs emphasize being ‘special’ rather than encouraging friendships, we may be training an army of little narcissists instead of raising kids’ self-esteem” (Twenge 504). Twenge obviously believes that school programs are trying too hard to preserve a child’s self-esteem instead of actually helping them to build skills that would help them. Twenge mentions that instead of making them feel “special”, schools should focus more on “encouraging friendships” so that they can be a little less narcissistic and self-focused.
I do like the idea that it helps children receive a better education but as I said I do think it should only be for a selective few of children. I don’t like how it is pulling money away from local schools in ones residence and brining it into a new district. The article states
Schools that are resistant to delaying the start of school for high school and middle school are not looking at the big picture and are being short-sighted. The costs, both logistically and financially, are small in comparison to the short- and long-term benefits for not just teenagers but also their communities. When students have an increased chance of learning and achieving, they will have more to offer to their communities once they graduate. Some states are taking actions to help alleviate the financial burden put upon schools when the schools change to a later start time. Legislation has been proposed in several states to give grant money to schools that are willing to switch to later start times for their students
Also if The Charter school you are trying to enroll in gets too popular they will sometimes use a lottery system which will fill in the vacancies. However Charter schools are still ran by the government, they also don’t discriminate by race, religion, or gender. If a school is mismanaged or test scores are poor, a charter school can be shut down. Most Charter schools don’t often have athletics available for the students. For this reason the students are allowed to play for the nearest Public school team.
However, it is not guaranteed as many young people who start in the secondary labor market are able to transition out. With those in the primary labor market, they don’t require the extra financial help from their children, allowing them to focus solely on school endeavors. In conjunction there is usually some disposable income that is able to be used to help enhance the child’s education. These advantages can lead to finding better careers down the road for the