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Period3-Chang Zeng-Education
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Period3-Chang Zeng-Education
Period3-Chang Zeng-Education
Period3-Chang Zeng-Education
Period3-Chang Zeng-Education
Period3-Chang Zeng-Education
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Period3-Chang Zeng-Education

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  • 1. Education
    In what ways can we benefit from by paying for secondary education?
    A presentation by:
    Chang Zeng
    Northeast High School
    Magnet Program
  • 2. I chose this topic because I think the way of our school system is ineffective.
    Education is important to me because I believe that education is the key to success and we should all care for it
    The things I hope to learn from this paper are how the school system function, and how parents can effect on their children’s learning.
    Why Education is Important to me?
  • 3. The focus of my paper was intended to investigate the following:
    *Parents’ impact of their children’s learning
    *High School Drop Out Rates
    *How drop out rates impact on our economy
    *In what ways can the school improve to satisfy the students.
    Thesis Statement
  • 4. Paying to go to school.
    Would want to see what kind of education their children is getting with their money
    Force the school to put more time into the quality of the teachers they are hiring
    How can we get parents to be more involved in their children’s schoolwork?
  • 5. A free place to hangout
    A free place to go pass time
    A free place to make new friends
    What do some student see high school as?
  • 6. High School Drop out Rates
  • 7. According to new U.S. Census data,
    a bachelor's degree earns an average of $51,554
    a high school diploma earns $28,645
    a high school dropout earns $19,169
    How drop out rates impact on our economy?
  • 8. Better teachers
    Schools should offer real-life opportunities
    Better school safety
    Offer more alternatives
    More school counselors
    Tutoring
    In what ways can the school improve to satisfy the students?
  • 9. Pay to go to school will encourage parents to be more involved with their children
    It will force schools to improve
    Better for our economy
    Conclusion
  • 10. Right-Mind, . "Statistics and Facts About High School Drop out Rates." (2009): n. pag. Web. 12 Dec 2010. <http://right-mind.us/blogs/blog_0/archive/2009/04/22/67045.aspx>.
    "Income in 2005 by Educational Attainment of the Population 18 Years and Over,." U.S. Bureau of the Census Table .8 (2006): n. pag. Web. 12 Dec 2010. <http://www.census.gov/population/www/socdemo/education/cps2006.html>.
    National chart data. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://blackboysreport.org/?page_id=347
    Pytel, Barbara. "Dropouts Give Reasons." (2006): n. pag. Web. 19 Dec 2010. <http://www.suite101.com/content/dropouts-give-reasons-a8681>.
    "National High School Debate Topic: Education Policy." Issues & Controversies On File: n. pag. Issues & Controversies. Facts On File News Services, 3 Sept. 1999. Web. 20 Dec. 2010. <http://www.2facts.com/article/i0401980>.
    References

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