The Education Failures
There is a relationship between the education and the economic, and most of the educational failures in the United States usually economic failures, which also effects the economic in United States. Maybe there is some personal reasons makes those failures as they are, but we can not ignore that there is a problem in the education system in United States. Today, the economic issue became a major topic for the decision-makers in United States, and must of them thinks that they will solve it by providing jobs which can be useful but that will be better when they start by the education system to avoid unemployment high rate in future. The education system have to be useful for all the students, failures and geniuses. The education system became like a competition and only the strong will succeed, without noticing the differences between the students differences.
Although their is many writers have wrote about reforming the education in United States, But the progress of the reforming still works slowly. To make more substantial progress, the education system have to be able to include all the the students due to their gander, race, social class and authentic, and improve the schools facility to be in good condition for the students. Also ,The teachers have to deal with students who have disability in studying by not keep them facing the education challenges alone, and try make the courses more easier for them.
Although, must of the teachers give what they can offer from their experience to all the students equally, but they have hard time with the failures or students who think about themselves that, which makes them give up with those student. The main reason of failing is not having a long-range goals, this problem usually happens with teenagers in high schools and undecided students in colleges. Having long-range goals will improve the ability of studying. schools and collages have to help the students to deiced their goals and understand what will happen in the future when they graduate. Teachers and graduate students could help in this mater, For example, in my city in Saudi Arabia, there is an event where many college students, employees and professors in deferent majors meet with high schools and collage students and explain to them about their majors. The main reason of this event is helping the students to deiced what they want to do in the future. As soon as the students have a plane to their future they will be able to understand the reason of spending their time in schools and colleges. However, schools must help the students to make their own chooses by making some lectures to talk about the students future or dealing with some experts in this field.
Some of the students can not understand way they are studying, they feel like there is not any relationship between what they are studying and what they see or know in the real life, chemistry, physics and languages don’t have any since out of school. The textbooks have been filled by theories that can not be applied in the real life (out of the school). I think the reason of this problem is the teacher, when he/she could not explains the main idea of the course. Some teachers are not honest in doing their jobs, they do it like any other jobs, or without consider other people live that will be destroyed because of their careless. Honest teachers usually try help the students by showing them what is the relationship between what they are studying and what they will have in their education future or how they could ably what they are studying in their life. Some science do not need a high potential to be ably inside the schools laps. When the students understand how these science are working they will know then how it is important to study these courses, and they may be able invent more new ideas. For example, on youtube their is clips about a physics professor his name is Walter Lewin who dissuaded to make his...
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