Sports have brought many injuries, budget issues and grade loss to schools, the only way to fix this problem is to cut school sports. First off, schools don’t earn that much money, they have to spend it on bills, new supplies for students, and problems that occur with the chromebooks, bathrooms, heaters, air conditioning, etc.Schools need to budget according to their priorities. If they spend the money on athletics, there is less for the school 's needs. According to Tyler Carter, “Right now with the block grants I just don’t see that being proper funding for schools,” said Janet Cathcart. The school is wasting so much money, that they might not have enough to provide for the school.
Students don’t take advantage of the opportunities they are provided in high school, like dual-enrollment, that could save them time and money in college. Every year students are given the opportunity to do dual enrollment which would save them hundreds to thousands in college, but most miss their chance and are required to take remedial classes in college. According to statistics, “Complete College America reports that almost 50% of the students entering 2-year colleges are required to take remedial classes. ( Rath Par.15)”. To further explain, due to students not taking advantages in high school are required to take remedial classes they most-likely took in high school and pay around triple the amount.
He mentions, however, that it isn’t convenient. He must pass three public schools on his way to his children’s private school. Fortunately, unlike many others, he is able to afford a better option for his children. For instance, Francisco, a boy living in a poor community, enjoys school a lot and would like to become a reporter, but his current public school is very overcrowded and not beneficial to his education, and he does not have enough money to go to a private school. Similarly, a young girl, Bianca, had been attending a charter school which her mom paid 500 dollars a month to keep her in.
(Hart) What he envisioned was not playing out like he wanted. With more available floor space, McCollough intended to remodel 140 stores, but was forced to decrease to 20 to 25 stores instead. The time and effort it would have taken to renovate 140 stores would cost the company $1 million dollar per store and this was not a price the company was able to pay. Unlike in the 90s, by 2003, the company was not profiting and the sales reduced so to save money, Circuit City set out to lay off 3,900 commissioned workers, which accounted for 60% of the company’s sales associates. (Hart) These employees would be rehired, but paid on hourly wages.
I am pretty sure you could relate to these students of how irritating those were and how you wanted to go home quick just to take the uniforms off back in those days. But, do you really think these were helpful for students for their school lives? Today, I’d like to talk to you about the problems of school uniforms; its’ exceedingly costly price, the unnecessity of it, and how it promotes conformity rather than individuality. First of all, I will explain why uniforms are exceedingly costly. Did you know that Americans spend around $ one billion on school uniforms every year?
A shocking study conducted by CDC researchers in 2012 found only half of all American students participated in physical education courses, and barely one third of all American youth participated in physical education throughout the school week (Eaton et al, para. 202). The sudden drop of physical education enrollment and participation correlates with a sudden rise of debilitating chronic diseases in every part of the American populace. Schools must increase enrollment and participation in physical education to reverse current rates and prevent future damage; however, simply promoting these aspects will fail to motivate individuals who need physical education the most. High schools should require physical education courses for all students to reduce health problems and provide other benefits.
If they didn’t have to pay for the uniform they would have more money to save on the kid when there older so then they would have a happier and better life. I strongly think that all students should not have to where a penligh and Essendon gramma school. THE SCHOOL UNIFORM SHOULD BE BANNED I strongly think that the pegs school uniform should be banned from my experience he at pegs, it is extremely annoying to where the same thing every single day in a row. It has to go there
Most homework that teachers give their students is not beneficial to the students whatsoever. Countries such as France are moving towards a no homework policy. A lot of homework can also cause stress to the students and to their families, and can also negatively affect a students social skills. Governments should all try to eliminate homework from school’s
Sadly,budget cuts happen in schools and drop subjects such as art and music because, of the assumption to be not of importance. Introducing a new budget cut, Donald Trump wants to practically cut all music and arts program. This shows how important the government actually thinks about the arts. Usually budget cuts often lead to art and music are the subjects that get cut. Also, according to Dalile from Huffington Post, 90% of students in schools are happier when they have art.
People were made to believe that elite private institutions offer only the best of the best things needed to ensure high quality education. Parents would work eight hours or more just so they can pay the excessively high tuition fee needed for their child to be able to study in a certain school. I studied in a Montessori school in Taguig city which requires an awfully huge amount of money before you can get it. Whenever students from private institutions, like me, tell others that we studied in so on and so forth, overly amazed reactions are expected. For the reason that a huge amount of money is needed to study there and institutions with big names have established the face of private schools as “schools for the rich and smart”, people generalize.