In conclusion, passing the Dream Act won’t only benefit undocumented students in the Valley, but they will also help America fill in the gaps that are missing in our economy like the numbers gap, education gaps, and the ambition gaps. These gaps need to be filled in even if it means that undocumented students will help fill them out. There may be cons to why the Dream Act shouldn’t pass and even if they are reasonable, how can we deny an education to students who want to help this economy. Most of all how can educations be denied to students who consider this country to be their home especially if they are willing to help it become less flat. Works Cited Friedman, Thomas L. World Is Flat.
We need to seize our chance to improve on this now because if we let it slide I can guarantee you the problem will only worsen and the public education in our country will only fail. We need to setup a system based more on competition so we can get the schools to want to give our youth a good education. Now many people may oppose to the idea of making schools “compete” for students with the voucher system. They would say that this may be too expensive or it would take away the idea of public schooling and not make it free in the sense that we think of school as free. Many would say it would be turning the public school system into a “business.” While I do agree that it would turn the public school system into a business I do not agree that it would take away from our schools being public in the most literal sense of the word.
Teachers are here to help students grow academically, but cannot do that if they don’t have the proper tools to use. Many teachers sacrifice some of their meager salaries to begin with, to buy supplies for their students to have. Mind you, that often times the budget for supplies for teachers is not that much. Teachers who put the students before themselves and their own needs are just as important as other professions. A teacher getting paid more is the most logical thing there is, with teachers having the means to support themselves; they will have “extra” money to spend on extracurricular activities for school.
Not only did they not want to put money towards education but also it was going to be a very expensive project, which they thought could be done without. Samuel Whitbread argued that more education was needed and that raises money was the way forward when he stood up to the government, but the House of Lords rejected his Bill. The Class system was another thing that was preventing the government from contributing money towards education. Everyone knew his or her place in society so for the poor to read write and be educated would make them more intelligent and mess up the 'The Great ... ... middle of paper ... ...remaining problems. One of them being that going to school was still not compulsory.
People are not seeing the duties of being parents, and should not have kids if they are not able to support them. The parents that misuse the system use the money for more than just basic human needs. We need to educate people on human reproduction;... ... middle of paper ... ...re equal and gives an equal chance to become whatever you want. Never the less, there are many solutions to this problem. The first thing our government can do is more in-depth researching and questioning in the applicants.
However, when kids are taken out of school for financial reasons, they might not retain this great self-assurance. Poor people who haven’t received a great education are not necessarily inclined to motivate their children to get much of an education. Without proper encouragement, children might see themselves as forced into carrying on the lives of their parents. This cycle can seem endless, which necessitates a change to the current system. First of all, the government is causing serous harm when it gives blank checks to those in poverty and expects it to be h... ... middle of paper ... ...s a more commendable lifestyle.
On the other hand, it works against families that cannot afford the high prices that come with bringing uniforms into schools. Student’s freedom of expression also comes into play as I do feel it is important for students to be able to express themselves. There is no compromise for this issue as it is either have the students wear uniforms or don’t. But a compromise for economic can be the schools requiring cheap uniforms instead of expensive ones or forcing students to embed the logo on all of their shirts. This debate will not come to an end anytime
Free education allows everyone to study but with low intensity or levels of education. For example, governments with low incomes would not have enough money to employ professional teachers or provide students with all the technological equipment necessary in their studies; it is too expensive. In addition, with free education, the number of students will be impressive. It is important to emphasize that education is not the only responsibility that governments have. They also economically support other public institutions.
In conclusion I would say it’s difficult for one to decide which side to take as the arguments are valid and meaningful. Free college education would be a good choice but the cons show that the country is not ready for that as it would fail like the historical one. The two sides fight to keep the economy still but they are doing it differently. Issues like graduation rates and ranking of the universities is the main worry for the cons of free college education while miss allocation of funds and equality through education is the argument of the pros. It is difficult to decide which one would take from the arguments.
Many cannot afford to send their children to school, so therefore by having taxes cover the cost of school, this would allow many more children and even adults to get an education to better themselves and our economy. We will take a look at why Jefferson was so adamant about tax supported education. We will also look at who it affected positively and negatively. Finally we will look at what the impact did for today’s education and future of our great Nation. Jefferson did not agree with the idea that schools should impose political values or mold the honorable republican citizen.