Their religion affected the way in which they went about teaching their children morals. It also affected how they structured their family, by a breakdown of the relationships among the family members. Also, parents' religious affiliation allowed them to raise their children in a healthy environment that promoted the best raising of their children that they could ask for. Finally, we did find amongst our findings on the affect of religion on childrearing, that the community can also affect how parents raise their children. Further research could be done comparing the two, as to which factor is more effective.
If religion would have remained in schools, this current generation might have been better behaviorally. Morals must be taught, and they cannot be properly taught without religion. Putting this law into place, resulting in removal of religion from school systems will give a continuous cause for more negative effects than good. If this law were to not go into effect, I believe that schools, students and families would be better as a whole in many different ways. Religion was and is beneficial to schools because it sets a positive tone.
Because No Child Left Behind is pushing for curriculum standards, students who are forced to switch schools are more likely to be able to pick up where they left off in core classes like math and English. Other benefits include that fact that students who struggle are given the additional help that they require. No Child Left Behind enforces the idea that parents must stay informed about their child’s school, saying that “Parents will have more information about the quality of their child’s school. Students in persistently low-performing schools will be given choice [to switch to a higher-performing school].” Many students who are at a disadvantage physically, mentally, and economically have been promised a new standard in education: that all students will receive equal chances to succeed. Though this is with good intent, it can... ... middle of paper ... ... test scores lower than their actual capabilities.
With more spare and flexible time and family focus, homeschooling supplies bright rewards in this area, are the beliefs of authors Amy and Frank Vahid. It is author Lisa Rivero’s understanding that since homeschooling parents devote more of the day to their kids, homeschooling is severe parenting. Even if the parents and children initially have a healthy connection, the added time presents an opportunity to add to that connection as well as appreciate being around one another more. It will most likely lead to having to confront some challenging problems that ordinarily would not be crossed since they would normally come up in the classroom. Homeschooling parents tend to be more engaged in their kid’s social lives than parents that have their kids in school.
NCLB ensures that parents have important information regarding the schools their children attend and whether they are performing well or not. In addition, under NCLB, such schools that are considered low-performing must use their federal funds to make needed improvements. In the event of a school’s continued poor performance, parents have the option to ensure that their children receive the high-quality education to which they are entitled. This... ... middle of paper ... ...dards are one of the main topics of educational and political rhetoric and debate in this decade. One of the major reasons for this controversy is that it is almost impossible to separate standards from assessment of student progress and teacher and school accountability.
An Early Education Solution: Improving K-12 Education The more unequal the United States’ education system will grow, the more our poverty line will struggle. Most people believe that hiring tutors or staying long hours after school will help, but little do they realize that all of that can be avoided if every child is given the opportunity to an inexpensive early education. An implemented universal early education program would contribute to a rise in grades, keep families connected, and hope for a better future. If all children were to attend early education, than every child would be starting at the same level and it is so crucial to a child to be at the same level as the rest his/her classmates. Having all children be at the level they are required to be at leads less room for a timid child in classroom.
If religious expression was not allowed in public schools, there would be fewer complaints by religious and nonreligious parents and students alike. Students would be able to see each other as who they truly were and not through a biased veil caused by outward religious expression. Teachers would be able to teach to the best of their abilities and include fuller concepts about typically religion focused lessons. School, in general, would improve and the learning experience itself would enhance.
My reason for saying that it is, is despite how technologically advanced we become we still need guidance, and seeing the weakening of the family unit, we need as much guidance as possible on how to succeed. The book tackles some important topics such as How to make household chores agreeable, the orientation and protection of children, being kind but firm a, and also being the best example. From those topics parents learn how to successfully guide their children into becoming young people who will be good leaders of tomorrow’s world. The book also highlights how to make marriage work, and this is a problem in our society today for many individuals is they go into marriage not knowing what to expect and not willing to compromise to make it work. In the book Mrs. White highlights a few areas in which couples need to work in order for their relationship to be a successful one.
Parents may have bad communication skills. If they were able to take this class, that may be different, but not requiring this class just passes this on to future generations. [Transition]: Overall, these reasons should be strong enough to have this a required class in all schools across America. CONCLUSION Summary: Today we have seen the reasons on why a home economics class should be required. It would create a stronger future for our children, helps teach quality, and helps the parents that do not have the time to teach their children these things.
There are many people that would say that education is the most important thing and others would not agree with that statement and there are lots of reasons for that. That is because students learn and approach education differently than others. Some of the reasons are that many of the parents don't know how to help their children, students are not engaged in the work and we let the media think for us. A lot of students no matter if they are in middle school, high school or even college they can't be successful students because they do not have parents that can sit down with them and help them on homework. Richard says "I was oddly annoyed when I was unable to get parental help with a homework assignment.