If this is the case the teacher can tell if gifted children are helping their fellow classmates with the homework or work that is being taught. Gifted children normally need more of a challenge in school than other children. Parents who have a gifted child will want them to not be in a room where they aren’t challenged enough because then the child isn't learning anything. If a child isn't learning anything they will get bored easier and then they won’t want to go to school. In schools, there are more children who need more help than gifted children.
Family pressure can come from parents. Parents are demanding their child to make good grades so they can have a better future. Parents assume if they put pressure on the kid they will be outstanding in school, but it will actually hurt them. The child becomes torn while fulfilling the expectations of their wiser parents. The child should talk to their parents on how they handle the situation.
If a professor finds that a person is cheating, they have to report them to the main office of the college, this can lead to difficulties for a student. They are placed on academic probation, and it is placed on their college transcript. They have to prove to the school that they will not cheat and will study hard to get the grades that they deserve. Having that kind of a mark isn’t good when they are trying to pursue a career. The student can get kicked out of the school if it continues and lose the education that they were trying to obtain.
Students might want to drop out because they are struggling in school, getting bullied, have a health issue, have personal family problems, or just have a planned out future that doesn't require a high school diploma. Making teens do something they absolutely don't want to do, especially after they are 16, can result in even worse outcomes. “Efforts to raise the age usually come up against the argument that requiring students to stay in school when they no longer want to be there is disruptive to the other students and not fair to the teacher”. Thats a very knowledgeable statement because its true that when teens want to drop out, they want to drop out before they are 18, so they are most likely going to be careless and disrespectful at school. Some teens have personal reasons that are sometimes urgent, and staying in school isn't an option.
The Positive Side Of Sports off the field People think playing sports hinders their school work. I, on the other hand, being a three sport athlete in football, Baseball, Volleyball; Finds Athletics sets goals and aspirations for the student athlete who plans to attend a school of higher learning. In order to be eligible to play a sport you must be proficient in your major academic classes. With this being implied you are forced to do well but if you start to slip teachers are willing to assist you so you are able to not only succeed in athletics, but also academically. In my junior year my pre-calculus teacher noticed I was struggling to maintain my grade average.
They want a change in the education system so that children can prosper and be able to boost our declining economy. Children have always dreaded going to school because of boring classes and monotone teachers, but children are not only noticing this but so are influential adults. Robinson describes the school system as a factory forming students into what we want and banishing out the ones that do not reform into the model student. Moore agrees that the school system is suppressive when he says, “As soon as I entered high school-the public school system…I was walking the halls of a two-thousand-plus –inmate holding pen” (134). Moore felt trapped and earlier revealed that he dropped out of school sophomore year because he disliked school from first grade.
Even though studying is the best way to get good grades, students cheat because feel they have to be straight A students because they are pressured by their parents to do well and they will not excel without above average grades. Academic dishonesty is something that is frowned on by all academic institutes no matter where you enroll. Cheating, plagiarism, fabrication, and deception of any kind are risking your entire school career and could jeopardize your entire working career. So why do so many students willingly participate in this practice? Some would stay it is because students do not want to study and just find it much easier to just purchase a essay online or to park their seat next to the “nerd” in the class to ensure that you ace every pop quiz.
When I was younger my parents always told me that if I didn’t graduate high school, or if I didn’t go to college I wouldn’t get a good job. I think this is how most people feel, that if they don’t get good grades and get into a good school they wont succeed. Our society values education very high, good grades can determine your future, and going to college to get a degree is the key to success today. In the, “Cheating Culture”, David Callahan says: “Things are tough out there. Jobs are less secure…” so it puts a lot more pressure on college students to get a good education.
Why Students Have Difficulty Finding a Job In high school, students begin to realize that, very soon, they will need to join the workforce in some capacity. As students mature, independence is gained. Parents begin refusing to pay for food, clothes, gas, insurance, or outings with friends. Thus, as cash becomes more and more necessary to the student’s lifestyle, it becomes more and more important to obtain a job. A student will search, apply, and interview for a paid position possibly several times before being hired.