Modern Education System Essay

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Albert Einstein once said “If you measure the intelligence of a fish by its ability to climb a tree the fish would live its entire life believing it is an idiot.” This is a quote that defines the education system we have today. We go through our entire life thinking the boy in the back of the class getting the g.p.a of the freezing point of water is a dummy or he just simply doesn't apply himself. Did we ever sit and think to ourselves that maybe the way the lesson is taught or the way the teachers preach the lesson is the reason he does not know how to read or knows how to write the letter ‘z’ properly. Who knows what excruciating pain he feels at home? All the mixed emotions in his heart is bound to be no good. Father was never there, his mother only worries about her hair. His sister was always busy with boys playing truth or dare. All he’s looking for is love but we are quick to call him a dunce, so he falls in a slope of depression. The education system is failing hard like the sales of typewriters after the invention of computers. Education is the key to success, yet it only appeals to a certain crowd. The system is forgetting about the 30% of the population that are failing. The current set curriculums do not work for all the students. With that being said, a…show more content…
It is obvious that the system has skipped over this quote. So many kids grow up thinking they are useless, because other children call them stupid. We are forced to learn by the chalk and talk way. There’s a popular theory that identifies the four primary types of learners. They are Auditory, Reading/Writing, Kinesthetic, and Visual learners. The truth with learning is that one size does not fit all and it is like we cease to remember that. Just like a phone carrier, you can not just use any sim card, you must use one compatible with that specific company. Just as we all write differently, we all learn
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