The correlation between the lack of education importance and educators inadequate support.
With my mother being an educator, falling in love with education was easy. Also knowing that knowledge is one thing that we can gain and no one can ever take it from us has made me adore education even more. I know that the education in which my children receive will set the ground work for their future successes. No matter their age, preschool though college years, all of the advice and information that they will need to reach their greatest potential will be found in reading, writing, math, and more. We all must realize that education ...view middle of the document...
However, there is a lack of consistent
proof on whether Education expenditures are told to academician achievement. Eric Hanushek has premeditated the consequence of per-disciple expenditures on academician outcomes,
finding either no relationship or a relationship that is either weak or inconsistent. However, researchers Larry V. Hedges, and Rob Greenwald analyzed the same data analyzed by Hanushek and came to the conclusion that increasing per-pupil expenditures has a significant positive impact on student achievement.
â€œAttitude is more important than facts. It is more important than the past, education, money, circumstances, failures and successes, what other people think, say, or do. It is more important than appearance, ability, or skill. It will make or break a business, a home, a friendship, or an organization. The remarkable thing is I have a choice every day of what my attitude will be. I cannot change my past. I cannot change the actions of others. I cannot change the inevitable. The only thing I can change is attitude. â€œLife is ten percent what happens to me and ninety percent how I react to it.â€ â€• Charles R. Swindoll. While limited English proficient children are only 6 percent of high school students, whom represent 15 percent of those for whom Algebra 1 is the highest-level math course taken in high school. In addition, 3,000 schools serving nearly 500,000 students offer no classes in Algebra 2, a key component of the SAT and other indicators of college readiness. School boards focus on micro-managing, adult in-fighting, and complying with existing policies and procedures rather than on solving these systematic problems to create environments that support teachers or students and lead to academic achievement.
School board members set policies that benefit the special interests and geographic regions that elected them, as opposed to upholding the students and teachers throughout the Districts as a whole. School boards and committees require district staff to spend excessive time preparing for meetings and reporting to the board, rather than spending time working to directly support teachers and students. District leaders focus on complying with regulations and funding streams that are not necessarily helping students or teachers. This includes focusing on day-to-day operations, rather than on removing the barriers that can imprison some students success. Labor Laws, regulations, and collective bargaining agreements prevent superintendents from making changes that students and teachers need to improve academic performance. These collective bargaining agreements prohibit superintendents from even communicating directly with teachers. They make it necessary to go through the union. Salaries, raises and job security is not connected to employee performance, so there is little incentive for adults to change the status quo. A lack of accountability exists at all levels of school systems, which creates a culture...