According to HSLDA, (2001) most homeschooled children have limited opportunities to socialize and that leads to developing social phobias and experiencing social awkwardness. For example, not knowing how to deal with a situation because you have no experience or have not seen anyone go through it. Moreover homeschooled children who have been raised to indulge in certain homeschooling subcultures may socialize freely but only in a homogenous group, and have chances to experience a feeling of cultural alienation when they graduate and see the outer world. Ellen, M (2012), made further studies regarding the homeschooling children being anti-social, which is another outcome of homeschooling. She stated that the children who have their education at home are more likely to be anti-social and cannot cope with the real world and are
Although on the other hand, group one was not very successful, the parents did not do any schedules nor rules. And that resulted in children's laziness and students having a very small amount of motivation to end off the school year strong. But some parents are very organized and involved in the student's education career, that type of attitude results in children doing great in school, and turning in homework on time.9”Difficult times require difficult decisions. But supporting this bill shouldn't be a
It has not been understood by the majority of the educators, policymakers, parents and school administrator who have always wondered if fathers and mothers can be capable of continuing teaching their children above the age of five through homeschooling and yet they are not certified as teachers by the government. According to Ray, after looking at the many research done by others, Homeschooling has an average score of 65th to 80th percentile on US and Canada standard academic achievement tests which is above the public school 50th percentile average (Moreau). There have been recorded better performance in science and mathematics for homeschooled students when compared to their peers in public schools. This shows how important homeschooling as an alternative
The root of the major causes of school apathy is the ineffective curriculum used in schools all over the country. The current curriculum is designed to make all students college bound; however, not all students are going to attend college. For the students going straight into the workforce after high school, high school is viewed as a waste of time. According to a study performed by William J. Stull, the salary earned in the early workforce is not notably affected by the skills taught in high school (18). This fact justifies these students’ apathy toward school.
Source E argues that “Our compulsory school-attendance laws once served a humane and useful purpose. Today, the laws help nobody, not the sch0ols, not the teachers, not the children. To keep kids in school who would rather not be there costs the schools an enormous amount of time and trouble-to say nothing of what it costs to repair the damage that these angry and resentful prisoners do every time they get a chance.” Source E bluntly emphasizes how much the education system has changed from the past. Back in the day we had farms, stores, mines and factories in which there were youth workers. Many professions were similar as children would most likely follow in their parents’ jobs.
A majority of the dyslexic cases either go undiagnosed or untreated with children dropping out of the traditional education system since not everyone would have the material resources or the financial capacity and also the much needed intellectual capabilities to cautiously and effectively deal with this disability. Often our local district schools do not even recognize dyslexia as a specific learning disability because they may not have the necessary resources to cater according to the needs of dyslexic students. There are still social stigmas attached to these learning
Improve the visual skills is the important expertise in education. Grace Lynch cites Dr. Freedman (2016) who says that, teenager requirement to learn more for their life than the study mathematics, art subject pick up the students how to employ visual skills, art education effect on the visual dexterity. In fact, visual memory in academic ambience is important, because it helps students to remember what they study. To explaining that, there are some students cannot remember the vocabulary, or cannot understand the equation unless they do visual plaining. For example, some students are sketch and illustrate the vocabulary from word to picture to considerate and memorizing the words easily.
Since the Baloch people do not live in communities anymore, children are not exposed to the language that much. Therefore, they do not get to practice the language in their societies, but only with their parents. Nancy Zelosko, Beth Antunez, “If Your Child Learns in Two Languages”, August 2000, pp.9-10 In this article, the writers examine the benefits of learning two languages. They summarize them into five main benefits which are intellectual, educational, personal, social, and economical advantages. Then, they go explaining briefly each one of them.
Many countries in the study were found to have a high teacher/pupil ratio of up to 1:80, far beyond the EFA recommendation to maintain teacher to pupil ratios at 1:35. Teachers who are not civil servants are not compensated for large classes and additional tuition sessions. The examination based curriculum has led to unhealthy competition that adds extra workload for teachers. In addition, the AU study (2016) found that teachers are often expected to provide guidance and counseling for children with emotional, cultural, maturation and physical needs and these added responsibilities are not generally recognized by employers, but are expected to be carried out. III.4.3 Capacities to deal with classroom challenges Even when teachers have acquired the minimum qualification requirements and think they are professionally competent, the demands of UPE, the quick succession of reforms and sheer volume of class sizes have meant that teachers face new and difficult challenges in managing instructional tasks and children’s behavior in
The education of the Eastern Cape vary from other provinces in a way that in Eastern Cape there are many disadvantaged schools especially in rural areas. It comes at a time when education in the province is widely considered to be in crisis. There are many obstacles in schools that affect learners in a way which include lack of teachers and textbooks. In some areas you will find that there are no teachers for the major subjects such as Mathematics, Physical Sciences, Accounting and then learners end up failing those subject because they do not have people in their communities that may be able to help them. Parents of the learners or pupils are looking up to their children when they go to school hoping that they will fulfil their goals and other parents never had the chance to attend school because of the era they grew up in and their dreams are to see the children progressing in life with opportunities that are provided by the education but when the government does not deliver all those goals and dreams fade away.