Students all over the country would love to get paid, but some studies have shown that students will do better at school if they get paid for getting good grades. Bad effects is that one year the school pays you for good grades, then the next year you don't get paid. Reasons kids (students) don’t get paid is because kids might cheat on test or commit crimes to get good grades. The students would not learn for fun because there desire to learn is gone because they only want to learn is for the money. One other thing is that students should be satisfied with their good grades but now all the students care about is the money.
In the American society, it seems two of the things that are mentioned the most are money and education. What most of us do not think about is the correlation of economics to education. Economics has a big effect on our expectations of educational environments over time. It seems that more and more money is going into schools but nothing is changing in them. Schools are still cutting out electives and still can’t afford some of the basic things that students should have in their learning environment.
In example an issue brought up a lot is education. Obviously the wealthy will have their children in well-developed schools and the lower classes will have their children at mediocre public schools. The curriculum may be the same but the discipline in classes are highly different. For example, a child from a low income family is usually brought up in less developed communities where their parents may not have an education that excels over the 12th grade. So school may not seem as big of a deal to them.
In the school environment social classes are irrelevant because they are all presented with the same education that allows them to learn at the same pace. Gladwell comments that when the educational environments change, “virtually all of the advantages that wealthy students have over poor students are the result of differences in the way privileged kids learn while they are not in school (258)”. The wealthy students are able to indulge in extra curricular activities, books, programs that enable them to advance their knowledge. This opportunity and support is rarely presented to the lower-class families, because parents have a harder time paying for programs and activities, providing educational support, as well as providing time while they are
Tribal schools on the Native American reservations across the country should receive the proper funding to teach and educate the people. It’s the best thing the American government can do to a race of people who have had everything taken from them over the years from language to culture and the lives there people. The native american tribes that are around the states are lowest funded as well as low performing on academics which causes the student to feel depressed about their academic rating. Quality of life is different from the country as a whole and is considered to be one of the most poverd people. Students who leave home in pursuit of a better education in their entire career than the ones back home, are more likely going to be home sick.
My opinion on school vouchers is pretty much against them. I have my likes and dislikes about the topic such as I do not like the fact that Indiana has a no cap policy where anyone can have a voucher as the article states “There’s no limit to the number of students who can apply for vouchers next year”. I believe that if only five states offer vouchers then they should all apply to the same rules. I also think that it should only be for children with family 's in poverty. 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.
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.
One teacher is responsible for teaching 30 to 40 students, from the youngest to the oldest.But why is there a separate class with the kids who need more help they are the same people same person, those kids who are separated probably have a lot of common but, no we are separated by age, grade level, and are intelligent. Those who disagree, believe kids are not well educated at the age 2 or 3. The reasoning is most children don 't like to pay attention, obey their own parents, and to not listen.Parents want their children to attend school, have good grades, and graduate, not all kids like to be pushed they will like the way they do, yeah they can flunk or get involved with the wrong people.Was it because of the parents, or was it because they just didn’t learn. The real question is when do you think you should start school?Should a child at age 3 go to school or age 4.At age 3 a child that young should know how to do some stuff, at age 4 a kid should know how to at least know their ABC’s and know how to listen and know when to stop or pay attention.That’s why a child that young should not start school at an early
Gatto did not see any benefit in children attending public schools. He foresees that those who are homeschooled would learn much more than those who attend public school. Conversely, Robinson in his argument was leaning towards what we can benefit if we reform public education in our country as done in every country on earth. He concluded that in the current educational standard, we are trying to meet the future by doing what they did in the past. By so doing, the system of education alienates millions of kids who do not see any purpose in going to school.
Co-ed schools versus single-sex schools: which will provide a better learning experience for students? The debate over whether or not the genders should be separated in the classroom still stands today. In a society where both men and women have to work together harmoniously, a co-ed education initially seems to be the more viable option since it prepares students for real-world experiences. Although every student has different learning styles, a student would, however, ultimately benefit from the tailored curriculum and comfort of a single-sex educational environment. Students will have a more relaxed learning experience without distractions from the opposite gender.
Racism in Eastside High School There are many discriminated schools in the world to this day, most of them having to take place in the lower income areas. While in Eastside High School, in the movie Lean On Me didn’t seem like one of those trashy High Schools with a poor foundation of people. Yes, there were many students in their that weren’t the richest, but that doesn’t have anything to do with the fact that before Mr. Clark had left the school, Eastside High was very mature and clean. Students aren’t taught bad things on their own. Lack of parenting is the reason kids are being stereotyped and shunned on for their race.
problem lies in the fact that most public schools have fixed costs from heating costs to teaching staff that cannot easily be adjusted or downscaled when a few students leave in a given year. The result equates to “squeezed funding at traditional public schools” (Daniel Simmons Ritchie). School choice is not necessary. According to Julie Mack, “the neighborhood school is not necessary a good environment for every child” because one size does not fit all. May it be because the neighborhood school is too big, or not big enough; too academically ambitious or not academically ambitious enough; classmates may be problematic.
In addition they also received substantially lower test averages than the previous year. Diamond Bar would only benefit from deciding to change their start time. The change would not be drastic, only one hour. It might not seem like a huge difference, but various studies have proven that by changing the bells by one hour, students preformed much better in school and retained information better. Changing the school’s start time involves a wide array of parents, teachers, students, school boards, counselors and healthcare
Public education was put into place to create fairness and provides all children with the equal opportunity to attend school. However, the public education system is quite inequitable. In the majority of cases, children that live in better neighborhoods end up doing better than those in lower income communities do. The schools in higher income areas are maintained more frequently and overall provide the children with better opportunities than schools in lower income areas. This is not fair, even though the government will try to spend money equally it does not always end up being impartial.
This can be the result of the parents socioeconomic status since middle class parents have better paying jobs allowing them more participation in their child’s school. I was amazed to read that in the affluent school, some of the children mention they will rather not be rich. Rich meant that they could not work and they will rather work since they liked working. In the executive school, I was bothered by the comment that a teacher stated. A teacher associated low-income children with discipline problems.