The Importance Of Native American Education

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Growing up, I lived in a rural area, and attended a school which people wouldn’t considered amongst the elite schools. While I attended my former high school, I didn’t think about the quality of my education. When I went to college, my education up to that point seemed to be sufficient enough in allowing me to graduate with a Bachelors’ of Science. Furthermore, as I talked to friends, it appears that they were pressure to get higher education. They too attended a public school. Their concerned confused me, because even though they didn’t attend college, I considered them to be well-educated. It got me wondering, if a person without a college degree can still be well-educated. Years ago, I met a woman and her daughter at a pool. The woman explained …show more content…
I am interested in these careers because education has always been an important part of my life. The topics of Native American education and the education of special needs students are great concerns. My personal history with these issues have led to my desire to pursue a career in educations. It’s my personal belief that discussion and teaching these topics to me are vital in prevention of racism and prejudice. My ideals as an educator or administrator, is that each child would be well-educated regardless of race, sex, and special …show more content…
A good portion of students, are not meant for higher education. With these courses, students could figure that out. Today, students can go their entire elementary school years, without having art class. I feel that a student’s course work should be individualize when state guidelines have been meant. Schools should have a set amount of school budget to ensure that these classes can continue. The school district can also have require the students to have a trial period of trying out elective

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