Students that go to private schools say that they are very happy and feel like they are getting a better education so do the parents. A lot parents say they love the options and advantages private school has to offer. Rather then what public school can offer their students. Private school offers a smaller environment for better education, freedom of religion and has better control of the classroom. Theses are qualities, which most parents want to instill in their students.
Parent Involvement in Education Parent involvement in a child’s education is vital to their success. Many students do really well in school while others fail. There is an obvious correlation between the accomplished children and their involved parents. I think that parents just need to be there for a child to succeed. If a mother is the head of the PTA it is easier for her child to do well.
Seventy two percent of parents agreed to send their kids to private school, because it has greatly improved students’performance and brighter experience and achievements in there harder lessons (Maga 2). Students will also have more individual attention. Students are motivated by the teachers to help in their studies. Parents would also have more opportunities to get involved with their kid’s education and that is very good thing. Private have flexible teaching methods for the students to do better.
I believe that the greatest gifts we can give our children are the same kind of values these teachers demonstrate. Then our children can also become unforgettable teachers, sharing values that will inspire happiness and faith for future generations (Brunkhorst 1). Education itself is important because without one, life is not going to be so easy once high school is over. In order to become successful you need to have an degree in any type of career that you enjoy that way you can prepare for a future you can be proud of.
Since you are young, your parents encourage you to do good in school so you have a brighter future. Parents want the best for you, and education is the key to success. But the people do not tell you how unfair is the system we live in because to gain an education poor students have a low percentage of actually getting a bachelor
Colleges and work programs look for people who are well-educated and have great set of skills that may be applied to their programs. For example, parents have a choice of sending their child to public, private schools, or homeschooling for their child. Parents may choose to homeschool their child, but sending their child to public or private school is a better choice for their future. Parents think that homeschooling is better for their child, but is not. If a child goes to public or private schools they have
In society today, school-age children are under tremendous pressure to fit in with their peers and still perform well academically. I believe that school uniforms in pre-K through high school levels is an excellent way to help children succeed not only in school, but to prepare them for college and the “real world.” Three reasons why I believe school uniforms should be used in all schools is first, they are economic, next, they reduce distractions and finally, they help with social equality. To begin, school uniforms are economic. When schools have a uniform policy, it makes it easier on the children and parents. It is convenient because a child can just go to their closet and pick out a uniform and be ready for school.
As a high school student the expectations provided to me by my parents are to have good grades, but more specifically a 4.0 grade point average. This expectation can be seen throughout the entire school body in varying levels. Society has shown us the direct correlation between education and wealth; therefore, as we approach the age of making these important decisions we attempt to take control of our future. Another expectation given to me as a high school student is to do well on the ACT. This is also another common expectation given to high school students throughout society.
The following paper not only analyses ten articles related to the benefits of family engagement but also presents research based information, strategies, and activities that will help the parents be proactive in their children’s education. When families are implicated in their children 's schooling, children make higher grades and obtain higher scores on tests, attend school consistently, do more homework, exhibit more positive attitudes and behaviors, graduate from high school at higher rates, and are more likely to enroll in college; therefore, fostering family participation in the education of their students is an significant objective for schools, especially those serving low-income and other students at risk of failure. The plan lays out activities, types of opportunities, and support the parents need to become involved the schools. The plan also affirms that developing efficient partnerships with families requires a school climate that welcomes parents and inspires them to question and express their concerns as well as contribute suitably in decision making. To develop this partnership, the school staff needs to provide parents with the necessary information and instruction in order to become involved in their children 's
Uniforms bring a lot of benefits to the communities around the schools that are effected by the uniforms. The benefits uniforms bring are that the students have a better educational environment. Everyone wants their families to go to a school with a great learning environment. The uniforms also save the families that have kids in school money. If uniforms are continued to be enforced, families will save money, parents’ lives will become easier, and it will better the education of students everywhere.