Around the globe many books are banned from schools and libraries because of their content. Though many others disagree with the banning of books, because it takes away freedom of speech. Many books are banned and challenged because their content is considered inappropriate or offensive to the readers. But, others find that it goes against our First Amendment rights when they take away what someone else has written. Butler University also shows other reasons for why books are often times banned.
School uniforms are bad because they hinder freedom of expression, they are another way to hurt financially struggling families, and do not help end, gang violence or bullying, but simply cover it. Freedom of expression is constantly fought over, but how is it modeled in schools and districts? The first example comes from article A in paragraph 4, where it says that a school uniform, “minimizes students’ First Amendments rights, the freedom of expression”. This is the most important reason why students dislike school uniforms.
Billions of dollars fund K-12, college and universities of education societal(Valero). Schools in America get funds from the lottery to buy things that are profitable for the school, but some people do not understand is schools do not get a sufficient amount of money. The money that schools receive can not buy new textbooks or computers for the school. How are students supposed to learn when they do not have any new textbooks or computers for the school? How are teachers going to get better pay?
According to the Article “Diane Ravitch: Charter Schools are a Colossal Mistake. Here’s why” Diane believes charter schools are just taking money away from public schools and steering away from the real problem, which is academic performances are low where poverty and racial segregation is high. Charter schools are not reforming schools for the better. She says they go to the extreme of pushing students out of the chance to go to the charter school, because they’re afraid it will bring down there test scores. When before charters school were supposed to be working with public schools and help the weaker students get that extra help they need to do better in school.
Students are often deprived of education by the school itself. “How?” you might ask. With book banning, of course. Book banning is the act of removing books from a school or a library because of “controversial” content. Book banning is wrong for three reasons.
They say many successful people never graduated from college and that many jobs, do not require college degrees. This is why they should lower their costs. Michael Lemons says” most people don't go to college because they cant afford it some colleges should be more affordable for people to attend to.” with colleges being more affordable people. Even though the government makes a lot of money from college if we had more education we would be able to solve a lot of world wide problems.
The Game of School: Alejandro Zambra's critique of Contemporary Education in "Reading Comprehension Text 1" Contemporary Education is a difficult topic to discuss. Since President George W. Bush's "No Child Left Behind Act", there has been a political debate about education. Many see the standardized nature of education as constricting for students and teachers, and ultimately a negative system as a whole. Alejandro Zambra would likely fall into that category. His short story, "Reading Comprehension Text 1", details the inner workings of a broken system.
Schools are underfunded, and teachers are underpaid. These are the people that are teaching kids the skills and the values that parents don't have a lot of time to do. Society put a price on a good education. That why mass murder has become such a huge issue or why so many people leave school or why most people cannot afford college. Instead of investing 25 billion dollars to build a wall to keep people out the US should be investing that money into education so that kids can grow the economy and so America can actually become a country where the American dream can be achieved.
For the most part, “Waiting for Superman” argues that even though the United States spends more than any country on education, we, as a country, are still lagging behind other nations in the quality of our education because of the inefficiency of our education system. He illustrates this
The inquiry students and families are making is if higher education worth the price, time and investment? By focusing on student debt the author overlooks a deeper problem that has to do with how much students need to reciprocate once their education is finished. Scholar Philip Oreopoulous refutes the popular media claim that every student is in debt due to borrowing too much capital. He argues,
Public school funding in America comes from federal, States and local sources, however the majority of those fund comes from local sources, meanly property taxes. The American system creates enormous funding differences between rich and poor community. Richer communities not only have larger property tax bases, but many have higher tax rates. Compare to poor communities with low property taxes bases and low tax rates. When the location and property value influence the allocation of the school fund, it is clear that students living in neighborhoods with least property values will be denied access to the quality of education offered to students living in communities with greater property values.
As for profit schools have there good things they also have the bad as you go to a for profit school you get loans which you think you can pay back soon but you don 't because those loans get higher with interest. Carey point this out in his argument in a “number of students are having a hard time paying back loans any recruiters ' induce students to take out huge loans for nearly worthless degrees” (para5). In the article by Clark, Jane Bennett even point out that a Senate hearing on revenue driven universities circulated reports of shady enrolling works on, including deluding planned understudies about occupation and compensation prospects. One
Michael P. Auerbach, a journalist that argues that school fees should not effect if you can play in sports or other school activities state's, “School administrators have begun charging fees for classroom supplies,school athletic programs,academic clubs, and other activities.” Which if you do not pay you do not get to participate. gTo me that is unfair. A kid that wants to be involved in a sport but cant just because of money. Michael P. Auerbach,a journalist that notices that, “In light of these current trends, most school districts in the united states have been forced to implement budgets that cut programs, reduce staff, and also close schools.”
According to Asia-Pacific economic blogs magnet schools have specific programs available, students who want to learn will get an opportunity to learn what they're interested in. Such as this is saying how magnet school have programs for kids to participate and to learn new things. Magnet school provide those program to help kids out. They have specialized programs that have a narrow way of teaching on students needs. They also allow parents to maintain their students in the public school system.(hope academy).