Are kids getting taught a complete education at school? Are your tax dollars are paying off?
I believe that schools now currently arenât teaching students the right material.
A lot of teens donât even know how to read a clock. Only in private schools do kids learn cursive writing. If you ask teens today to write a paragraph in cursive all you will hear is, âI donât know how to do thisâ or âThis is hard.â But you need to know how to use cursive: you need it to sign your name and you need it because it’s a tradition to learn how to do it. Also, there should be more classes about civics and current events because youâre learning about whatâs happening in the world that we all live in and that we’ll need to be ready for when we graduate.
It seems like back in the day, schools were actually teaching people what they needed to know to succeed with life. But this generation in education is primarily worried about how schools look. They are focusing on the wrong things. Instead of teaching better, they are trying to make schools look better. They arenât worried about the student learning. They are worried about how the school looks in other peopleâs eyes.
Parents are paying tax dollars for students to attend school and get the best education possible. Parents should sit their kids down and actually talk to them about their education to see what they are learning in school. Find out: Is your money really being used right?
A lot of teens graduate high school, go to college and then drop out because they werenât properly prepared for college. Parents shouldn’t have to transfer their children to another school just to get a better education.
Educators need to actually focus on what kids need to know. Letâs go back to basics.