In a democratic society, we have the power to change educational policies, whether they are local, statewide, or national. But how can we change the American Education system? Here are three tips to help you get started:
First, know the system. Most schools are designed around the needs of adults, and it’s often easier to simply change what’s working for you instead of trying to reform the system. Try not to get too involved in the politics of education, as the political willful often fight against any change in policy. Moreover, you’ll be less likely to encounter opposition to your ideas if you start with the people who are responsible for implementing them.
Reform the education system. Instead of measuring learning outcomes, we should measure it with the quality of the students’ work. tunai4d Teachers should have more freedom and flexibility to create the best learning environment. Students should have a voice. Teachers should be encouraged to be innovators and think outside of the box. Instead of judging children, we should focus on their passion for learning. Then, we can make the system better for the kids.
Despite the slogan “No Child Left Behind”, the U.S. public education system fails to prepare students for the 21st century. Despite the high graduation rate, fewer than two-thirds of students with disabilities have earned a standard high school diploma. Moreover, there are many other student populations that have unique needs. The public education system must meet the needs of all these groups.