Fayetteville Independent School District

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  • Perennialism In School

    THE IMPORTANCE OF SCHOOL CHOICE Some have said that the government has been dumbing down Americans on purpose so that they could get away with oppressing the people. Others blame the increasing secularization of the Nation. Overcrowding the classrooms, overworked underpaid teachers try to keep their head afloat. Students test scores declining, dropouts increasing, bullying and violence in schools all are reasons parents want a choice as to where to educate their children. Many parents faced…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Education Experience

    My education experience My education experience has been kind of like a roller-coaster. I went to public school majority of my life but I was privately schooled from sixth grade to my freshman year and the transformation from private to public was so different. In my private school there were only like twenty to twenty-five kids in all and we all knew each other so I would get in trouble a lot for talking and was even moved around because that’s all I would do, but we had to learn to be able…

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  • Should Religion Be Allowed In Schools

    Separation For many years the argument of whether religion should be allowed in schools has been debated over what was “politically correct” according to the US Constitution. Since the writing of this document, the separation of church and state has driven a fine line as to what is constitutional and what is not. Public education has created the controversy to become more of an issue due to the fact that public schools are federally funded. The principle that religion should not be…

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  • Structural Inequalities In Public Schools

    with current systems for education in the United States, it is impossible for the model to be implement on a large scale. While the school says that economic background is of no matter but rather merit is the determining factor for their students, with scholarships available to students, it does not take into account educational disparities that occur in public school systems. Factors such as lack of funding, large populations, standardized education requirements, and tracking make it nearly…

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  • Why Students Attend Their Socio-Economic Classes

    A direct link to schools and why certain students attend these schools can be based upon the socio economic class of students. As seen in figure 1, most of the Private school-sector students are of Middle class (73%) and very few are from lower class (8%), implying how lower-socio economic circumstances can deter a education within a private sector of schooling (Rothman, 2003). From this data (Figure 2), it is observable that from 100 public school students that were surveyed, majority of the…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Equality 7-2521

    society and the American society means extreme differences, the way the Anthem society teaches in school and the American society teaches in school are two completely different aspects. Anthem dedicates the classroom to be a group learning, whereas in America the learning strategy is based on the students needs. As an example, take the Anthem society as a public school and the American society as a private school. The…

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  • Lutheran Social Work Observation Report

    Start programs around the neighborhood instead of letting her just go. Right across the street from my site, there is P.S 386. The public school starts from preschool to elementary school. When the kids come out of the school there is always a crossing guard there that make’s sure that kids cross the street safely. There are also many different public schools around the area as well. Bronx Community College is only ten minutes away walking distance. I go there sometimes when I don’t feel like…

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  • Are Private Schools Worth The Cost Of A Private School?

    education comes to choice? First topic explained would be about the cost of the private school, what makes it worth the cost? In many ways, private education is not worth the cost, it can turn out great or could be doubtful that a private education will be successful for the education for children. Public schools are the way to go when it comes to picking an education, it ain 't worth the time and money when private schools come along. There are many more ways you can make your children 's…

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  • Administrative Interview Paper

    Administrative Interview of Mark Hageman Mark Hageman is new to Concord Christian School. He has been hired as the CCS high school principal in the summer of 2015. Coming form a public school in Texas, Mr. Hageman’s main priority this year is to establish an anti-bullying policy. The principal mentions that even though there is no serious bullying present at CCS, he would like to create a set of regulations and procedures so that the students will feel comfortable to address bullying or…

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  • The Lottery Documentary Analysis

    my perception on charter schools has changed. The documentary highlights the good, bad, and ugly issues of the expansion of Harlem Success Academy in New York. The film explains the statistics surrounding why the charter school was first open and why it has continued to be a leading force in academic success. On the other hand, it highlights the opposers feelings and resentment of the school wanting to expand into certain zones in the city. The opening of charter schools in the New York area…

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