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    What does it mean to be well educated? When it comes to education everyone wants the best for themselves and their families. Education now more than ever is a necessity when it comes to being successful in life. You can ask just about anyone about education and they will have a story to tell. There are many problems with education today, many people believe that kids are being bombarded with to much homework at such a young age or that it is standardize testing that can hurt as students self

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    1. Whose values should be foundational within American education systems? Throughout America, the education system relies on its teachers to educate its youth. It is extremely important that these teachers are developing the youth to become the best as humanly possible, because they are the future of the country. These teachers also need administrators to guide them along on their path to educating the nation. Administrators set the standards that the teachers must follow. These standards that

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    America has had a long history of education systems regarding what should be taught in schools and by what methods. In the mid-1800s in the United States there was a struggle between private and public school systems of who would get funding money, public schools won that struggle and most of the education funding went to the public schools (Wooster 5). But after that struggle was solved another one rose, what should be taught in public schools (Wooster 11). The education debate of what should be taught

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    through music, flaws presently coincide with musical education. One’s literacy refers to their own ability to read and write. Musical skills directly correlate with phonological awareness, which is linked with most children in the 4 - 5 year old range as they begin learning how to read and write. “Moderate relationships have also been found between tonal memory and reading age.” However, finding and keeping

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    Education is the key to unlocking the greatest potential in all human beings. The quest for knowledge is one that people begin from the moment they are born till the moment they die. This means that the education children receive will not only mold a generation, but the future of the country in which the generation lives. The United States, the leading country in world, currently has an educational system in decline for a multitude of reasons. One of those reasons, that many people choose to ignore

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    the United Sates, the education systems priority level is continuously decreasing. As this major issue goes on to decreases in value, the economy is directly effected as well; the economy will go downhill and will linger backwards in development (Campante). Education is one of the most significant factors in developing a country yet it keeps getting over looked in the United States. This topic is important to me because I am going to school to be a teacher, and the education system keeps losing importance

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    The purpose of this study is to understand how teachers define multicultural education and implemented instruction in an urban United States classroom. Current literature for this purpose can generally be arranged into two areas, 1) The need for cultural competency instruction in schools and 2) Obstacles and support systems to implement affective instruction. Together these bodies of literature provide a background understanding of the psychological and social contexts in which the present study

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    Post war Britain brought us education for all and by the 1960s education was seen as something to help end divisions of social class. The Thatcher and Major Conservative government in the 1970s and 1980s took on a meritocracy approach within their political ideology. They introduced Market forces and competition into the education system, this was also carried on by following government, the result of this was an increase in social and economic inequalities for particular social groups. Tomlinson

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    basically what they enjoy. Once school comes along each child differs as to how they go about their learning. I believe the way a student learns comes primarily from how they are raised and also the school they attend. In Russell Baker’s, School vs. Education, he said, “From watching his parents, the child, in many cases, will already know how to smoke, how much soda to mix with whiskey, what kind of language to use when angry, and how to violate the speed laws without being caught.” (225) I grew up in

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    While Education ought to be an outlet for personal growth and understanding, it is growing less probable that students can afford a well-rounded college experience. Instead, their experience typically results in a compilation of four years’ worth of memorized facts without very much actual understanding or growth. What is a broke college kid to do if they find themselves without work after all their years in school? If their education truly did consist primarily of memorized information, then there

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