Any parent or teacher knows that the classmates and their schools are a big part. Government standards for education, no child behind the power of attorney and independent websites have all their way to assess national and children. There are some valid reasons for this. The schools in our country are in a sad and forgiven form. Economic status has a greater impact on the future of a child than any other factor. Thus, public positions in schools have emerged as part of a general attempt to identify missing schools and help them improve.
Why are so many teachers and parents in the arms of testing? There are many reasons.
Testimonials and Public Schools
Hygiene tests and highly public schooling have always been a controversial topic. Defendants argue that it is the only way to keep schools responsible; and they say that students who fail do it because they are just not willing to pass. Opponents of a test based on public schools say that loses the issue completely. If many students are not ready to pass because their poor education schools do not give them the skills they need. And they argue that the rankings of this school in bad light, which makes the situation worse. When fewer children choose to attend poor schools, the schools lose money based on the funding of the puppies. So what's the real deal?
Having taught in an inner city for many years, the truth is not something that someone really wants to hear. Public schooling gives parents the basis for assessing children's school children and making informed decisions about moving. Politicians also love public school positions for public interest because they can make the numbers fit their story. But no public places in schools can be said of the whole story of education in the inner city.
The sad truth is that money buys education in many ways. Parents forced to work for two jobs have much less time and energy to protect their children's schools. The kids whose parents are in and out of prison, drug or living in dangerous housing projects usually have other concerns about universities. And the best teachers often choose not to teach in the poorest schools because it's dangerous, stocks are scarce, parenting is minimal and schools often lack leadership and vision. Public schooling is often right on target in this situation.
Since general schooling falls short
Here's what they miss. Public schooling is significantly heavier in demographics and standardized tests. Standardized tests are one small part of the overall picture of successful school and student. A school that does a great job that teaches students with SEN or English language teachers will have a worse exam than a school with a small number of these groups. Public schooling also fails to mark current progress, improvements and initiatives in schools. Changes in the leadership of the school can also have a major impact on public schooling.
While we should not throw public school levels out of the window, nobody should trust them 100%. We need a new publicity of what good education is and what it should look like in Iceland. When it finally reaches public school status for the k-12 general interests, the balance becomes part of a completely different conversation.