The student can accessorize with many colors, even wearing a uniform. Some students who wear uniforms would even wear accessories that stand out from the crowd. Overall, the students will receive a higher level of learning, without the help of any peer pressure from the styles and designers, which the student wears. Uniforms are very helpful in helping out needy families. Financially, a typical family would be able to buy a uniform at a reasonable price.
It also can make it easier than in the past for a student who switches schools, because now schools broadly have to follow a similar curriculum. The national curriculum was introduced to enable assessment, which also helped to compile league tables. League tables (1988 education act) are another change that has helped the education system. League tables are used to compare the academic achievements of different institutions and parents can use them to decide which school they want their child(ren) to go to. Using league tables is a good thing as if you want your child to go to a good school, you can chose the one most suitable with good education and exam results.
(Jaruszewicz, 2012, s1.3) I feel that there are many benefits of having DAP in the classrooms. Our children would have a better comprehension and retention because the material is presented in a manner that is suited to their developmental stage. Children and adults can learn together. By following the child’s lead it takes us in a more interesting direction then having a standard curriculum. I also feel that by having DAP there are fewer struggles to get our children to engage in the program.
It was said that one ‘solution’ to the ‘problem’ of inequity was to ‘educate the parents’ (Thomson, P 2002, p. 3) and encourage them to ‘supervise’ their children whilst doing homework. This suggests that with the parent’s encouragement and reinforcement towards the child, they are more likely to want to succeed and feel they have the right to succeed, instead of there being a boundary between the advantaged and disadvantaged children. The parents of both Vicki and Thanh want the best for their children, to graduate and achieve a ‘university’ (Thomson, P 2002, p.2) degree. However Vicki is more likely to succeed because of her parent’s educational background and will be able to provide the support that she needs going through school, whereas Thanh will have to find other sources for educational help because his parents do not have the knowledge that he
An advantage of a comprehensive school is that they are often the closest school to where students live and some comprehensives get very good exam results. Another type of school that a child can go to is a private school. A private school is a school supported by a private organisation or private individuals rather than by the state. Attending a private school may improve your results because overall you get a better education and this can help with possible jobs in the future. A disadvantage of going to a private school might be that sometimes students are isolated from other social challenges.
Not every parent has the financial Stability to send their kids to schools with great education programs, as shown in waiting for Superman. So why should the innocent children be the ones being punished for something they Have no control over? By having more well educated people in the world it will make the environment a better place. The future needs to be thought about while changes and problems are being addressed. The school board and the people within the school systems need to have more caring feelings about those students who are being left behind.
As well as the professors, the parents are a huge success in the children’s success in an institution. According to Rachel Williams, writer of “Middle-class Children Do Better at School Because Of Parents,” claims middle-class pupils do better because parents and schools put more effort into their education; thus children from poorer backgrounds were not predisposed to work less hard, but parents’ attitudes were most important, making more of a difference than schools
Introduction There has been controversy of the school uniform for quite some time now. Countries have adopted the regulations and in America there are public school systems that do not enforce it. It is in these schools that we see a trend of delinquency that the private sector does not, and the reason for the difference is said to be the school uniform. In lieu of this I am stating that all schools should enforce the school uniform policy so as to relieve these stresses. Through my argument I will state simple facts, and provide the only counter arguments that can exist toward them.
Along with positives for the students, there are positives for the teacher’s also. Teachers have a framework for understanding what students have learned or should have learned before arriving in the classroom (Gardner and Powell, 2013). The focus on skill doesn’t mean teachers should abandon the content but rather it also offers a clear framework of what skills the student should be able to do instead of what they should know (content). Common core standards are a good step in clearly defining what students need to know and be able to
Unlike public schools, charter schools allow parents to become more involved with their children’s school environment, teachings, and progress. One of their main goals is to improve the education system. But, a negative aspect of being a charter school is that the schools must meet their required goals, and have the possibility of closing if unattained. This is why some parents have a tough time deciding whether or not their children should attend charter schools because they have the potential to close if goals aren’t met. In relation to expenditures, charter schools are funded through sponsors and grants (Vann 1).