The United States has experienced many changes in the last 15 years. Most schools and school districts in America have seen drastic changes in their funding, their students, and in the requirements placed upon them by NCLB and now Common Core.
As a school administrator and former special education teacher, I have tremendous respect and high regard for teachers. Occasionally, the teaching field can be extremely-difficult, stressful, and full of delayed gratification.
Elementary schools and high schools are tough enough to run, but middle schools are a problem unto themselves. Nobody quite knows what to do with students who are of age to be in what we call middle school.
The National Assessment of Educational Progress tells a dismal story. Only 2 percent of high school seniors in 2010 could answer a simple question about the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark Brown v. Board of Education decision.
Science, engineering, and technology permeate nearly every facet of modern life and hold the key to meeting many of humanity's most pressing challenges, both present and future. To address the critical issues of U.S.
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The impact of ICT on Primary schooling over the next nine years will result in educational changes in teacher pedagogies and student learning. By 2020, an appropriate teacher model will be developed to assist with such changes and their implications.
Many "average" citizens and parents are accepting inferior opportunities for their child(ren), while simultaneously paying for it with their tax dollars. The status quo, ladies and gentlemen, is a much lower bar now than it has been in many decades. The present system of education in the US is more oppressive than liberating. It has becomes more debilitating then enabling. It is faulty in being a conveyor belt assembly that pre-dates the 1920s. Though most parents have "choose to do nothing," most students have responded...but their choice of following peers is often self-destructive. We really need real change...and we need to do something. No loving parent would leave a child to fend for themselves, much less ignore the rattlesnake in the crib.
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