But during this economic recession, college students have been having a difficult time staying in the college path, especially working class students. The lack of moral support from their families prevents these unfortunate students to finish their college education. The increase of college tuition and limited financial aid are causing students to go into debt, making them hesitant whether they should keep studying or not. Also it’s preventing students from picking needed major but because the low paycheck they are not sure if they will be able to be sustained. But college drop outs also can able be due to the unequal college preparation given in high schools.
Then the student decides to drop to a part-time worker, register for less class hours to find more time to work on improving their grades. But what they soon fail to realize, is that now they will have to hold off on graduation a little longer. Also there are other students who just can’t afford the expenses of college, so they may end up dropping out before they even reach the second semester. These are all real examples of what many college students go through, across the
This building is a historical landmark of Queens. If this school were to shut down, the students would be missing so much educational excellence from the teachers. It wouldn’t make any sense to close the school and split each floor into new schools when it’s the budget cuts that are being deducted every school year. Bryant high school has so many academic departments and athletic sports to offer. It would be a shame to let these opportunities for the students to lessen.
Because of the impact of the society and parents plus the evolution of new technologies, young people are less and less able to communicate face to face. Young people are losing the ability to socialize face to face because of parents and society. A few decades ago, parents and the society used to be more flexible about freedom. Nowadays, a lot of parents choose to “shortened the leash on their kids” by limiting their independence because they feel that it is the best way to protect their children from what is happening in the outside world such as child-abduction for example. Not only are parents stricter, but the actual society as well.
My understanding of the term TRANSITION is: This is the process or period of changing from one state or condition to anther. A) Transitions commonly experienced by most children and young people: A common transition that most children and you people experience is moving schools/college. This transition may be daunting for the child or young person as they may be leaving their best friend behind. This could be because they are going to different schools/colleges. This could also make them very anxious as it is a new environment for them.
Seems like the GOP does not understand that even though the average family can’t afford to send their kids to a top tier university does not mean they do not want to take advantage of early learning. Romney, the GOP nominee, was talking to students in Ohio and told them if you want to go to college to just borrow money from their parents. That statement along with the GOP opposing the Presidents student loan reform shows that the party is not connected with average American. Also part of the education cuts was to limit funding for public schoolteachers. Finding and keeping good teachers cost money.
Student’s personal life should come first because they have priorities that are more important. For instance, since the students go to school for 4 weeks, they can’t spend time with their family. The education system needs to make more time for these teens then just school work. The schools in China make the students feel alone when it comes to school work. Students can’t ask for help if they are struggling because they are too scared to get into trouble with the teachers.
It’s a good thing that you can get help when you live in poverty. Kids need to go to school to grow up with knowledge of the social world. If the children didn’t went to school, they would not be able to live a normal life and maybe get a job and work hard to get money. They must learn to for example read in order to get a job later in life. As the text says: “I think that our kids are going to have a lot harder time than we’ve had” which is a scary thing, because if they must have it harder than their parents who are already living on $11 then it ends with the children living in more poverty than parents.
However, many believe two years is waste time. Students lose many chances to find part-time jobs and find out what the real world. First, money is the most important thing that students consider when considering living options. Dorm rates at Pepperdine range from $5440 to $6825 per semester, but only $5200 to $7200 when living off campus. Living off campus can also provide more comfort and freedom.
Think about it, when you were a child, did you understand that without school you would probably end up in a dead-end job? Most children think school is a boring place. The parents send them and they would so much rather be home playing video games and hanging out with their friends. They do not know that schooling is much needed, and without parents to force them to go or to explain to them why to go, many children would be doomed to drop out and never