Thus, there is no evidence that homeschooled children are better thinkers than children who went to traditional schools and achieved better outcomes in these subjective areas (Taylor-Hough, 2010) . To sum up, it seems that homeschooling does not provide the learners with essential skills and knowledge which defined as critical for adult life. It is important that children will be able to deal with various types of situations in order to succeed in their life. Exposure to diverse ideas,cultures and ways of being in the traditional schools develops the pupils’ ability to think independently rather than in homeschooling in which the children are exposed to the content that their parents found as fit (Reich 2005 cited in G.Medlin,
Poor single parents can’t afford to buy their children home computers, laptops, books, and the other things that can help their children to succeed in school. Not being able to have the things that help in learning, he/she may have a hard time understanding his/her lessons well. Therefore, the children can lose their interest in schooling that can lead them to drop
The reason why these schools were much more successful than the previous attempts at an integrated school system was lack of involvement from both the church and the state . These schools were originally independent and would rely on charitable institutions for funding. These schools were sought after by parents and without the involvement of the church or the state, they were able to ensure that it was the type of integrated school system they wanted to send their children too. One religion would not be viewed as greater than another and it allowed their children to interact with one another without their religion separate them. In the segregated school system, children would learn to create a basis and stereotype children of different
But due to lack of money they are not able to send their children to private schools and hence depend upon government schools for education. Above that in some government schools there is only one teacher for the entire school. Every village is not provided with school which means that students have to go to another village to get education. Owing to this parents usually do not send their children to school, leading to a failure in achieving rural education in India. It has been promised for a long time that technology will change education for better – make it more affordable and accessible.
Underprivileged students have no access to resources like reading materials, lack of uniforms, lack of enough food and this may lead to uncompleted homework or assignments. The problem facing educators is helping students to achieve optimal learning that is the conceptual understanding and ability to apply the knowledge to learning. Teachers are not using teaching techniques that match different kids’ modes of learning. With negative attitudes from the teachers, this leads to poor quality teaching. There are many solutions to curbing the negative attitude towards students like incorporating technology in curriculum to increase students’ motivation to learn and improve their grades and talents.
When they get to school, they see that there are fourty students, while the classroom designed for twenty. Many of them have no books and notebooks. In some cases parents think that education is not the real key to exit from working-class into upper. So as following, impoverished people do not value education Other thing is psychological part for working-class children. Lack of cultural experience, like attending restaurants, theatres etc.
In some instances, proper sex education is not even required. Less than 40 percent of schools nationwide required sex and health education for graduation. Even if sex education is taught in school some outdated and biased opinions may be voiced, such as the ideal of remaining sexually abstinent which has been recorded in nearly 94 percent of schools. As well as the lack of sex education in schools and the outdated practices such as abstinence, there isn't relevant sexual education for all students. The current sex education standards do not provide adequate information for students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or queer.
It has been the fault of the school district, school, and teachers as to why the students have a lack of global perspective. In talking to my students I found out that they think very little of competing academically with another country and how the use of technology impacts their ability to compete. Other than a social studies course, we rarely mention what takes place in countries other than our own and it is even more rare to talk about how these countries are using technology or their advancement in education. Not taking advantage of this platform with our students and colleagues eventually puts us all at a disadvantage because we limit our research for competing to neighboring schools and counties before we even look at things from a national
According to Mariano & Kirby, “students in the multi-grade classes do not appear to learn more or less than their counterparts in the single-grade classes.” However, teachers who teaches in a multi-grade school will argue that their job is doubled and more technical been that they have received no training on such task. In addition, they said the curriculum does not cater for students in a multi-grade setting. Thus, when selecting teaching strategies they have to be mindful of the type of learners in the class, available resources which includes materials and the amount of time needed to do activities that are in the lessons. Even though teachers in single grade classes will oppose to the notion since they have to do the same thing when preparing lessons for their students. However, it is much more difficult in a multi-grade setting because one teacher has to attend to more than one
This has resulted from the availability of various schools private or public ones, which lead to uneven and unfair opportunities between children (Bajoria, 2009). Jayshree Bajoria also adds that students who do attend schools attend underprivileged private and public schools accompanied with pitiable curriculums. Teachers may not be present and if they are, they are most likely under qualified. Although curriculums should be the major concern in any educational system however the government could not care less about improving the curriculums or enhancing the atmosphere that the students come to every morning. As there are no clean water supplies in many schools, hand-out books or appropriate seating (Bajoria, 2009).