Do you think our educational system is broken? Is it broken because our students aren’t being taught the way we want them to be? Or is it broken because it’s outdated? If you answered yes to the first question, you are not alone. Millions of Americans feel this way. It’s time we addressed this issue head on. Our education system has become broken, but it’s also changing and improving.
The United States education system has many problems. We have over-emphasized grades and standardized tests, and a poor GPA can leave students with a negative image of themselves. Furthermore, grades don’t reflect intelligence or learning. Young students lose their motivation to attend school and learn. Standardized testing is also destroying creativity. Students can’t think outside the box. This causes a variety of negative consequences.
Our education system is ineffective, unsustainable, and ineffective. Students are being taught subjects they aren’t ready for and teachers are underpaid. The result is a broken system that fails to meet the needs of all children. It’s time to take action. Make our school better. Whether it’s a more efficient or effective way to teach, we need to change the way we teach.
We have a major achievement gap between rich and poor children in our country. Many schools have become dropout factories. Millions of children are scooting around the streets without a diploma. According to Mark Philips, a journalist and former educator, 68% of inmates in Pennsylvania are high school dropouts. And our education system hasn’t changed to accommodate different learning styles. It’s still based on standardized test scores, and the lack of personal motivation of our students makes it impossible to educate all of the children equally.