The Importance Of American Education In The United States
The American government unintentionally impedes the education of its citizens by a perpetuating belief that money will improve a broken system. Instead, the government should allow the morals and character values of the Bible to be reincorporated into its schools, some educational responsibility should be placed on the parents of students and the government should …show more content…
The importance of guardian involvement with the schools cannot be stressed enough. If American citizens encouraged, uplifted, and celebrated the importance of academic success, students would more likely strive for their best ability and the nation would be greatly benefitted. The focus in schools should be the education of the students, every extra event should be below the main goal of education. Sports for example, they should not be apart of the schools, instead they should be attached to the cities so students have less distraction from learning, and sports has less control over the students academics and school involvement. Students need more than just encouragement and less distractions, they need intelligent minds teaching them their education to their best ability. The most important thing in a students education are the people who teach them. Great teachers improve students education simply by possessing a well-rounded education themselves, which encourages the students to be more comprehensive to their classes in acknowledgement and memory.
The government needs to only allow cream of the crop teachers into the classrooms. Possessing the most intelligent teachers will improve America in many important areas. A great example of …show more content…
but they have better academic results. The problem is that America spends it 's educational money on new electronics and sports teams instead of using the money to provide better academic classes. Finland channels its money where is should go, into more hiring more intelligent teachers, rather than the United States 's policy of “those who can 't do, teach.” While Finland 's policy is
“Only those who can, do,” this motto encourages teachers to be their very best and teaches their students academics in the best way. America 's school system should mimic Finland 's, Finland 's system focuses on teaching it 's citizens the best education. They bond with the students and both teachers and students receive respect. The students are not taught only for good grades on a page and statistics on a chart, they are taught to benefit their lives and the lives around them. Kari Louhivuori, a veteran teacher and a high school 's principal in Finland, explains this very well, “charts and graphs are nonsense, we know much more about the children than tests can tell us.”
Based off this information, the United States need to reevaluate it 's school systems and make some changes. The nation will be pleased with the significant results that occur because of the