Where we stand in the worldThe USA is currently at 14th place in reading, 25th place in math and 17th place in science. With all the money we put into education do you think these numbers should be a bit higher?
What’s the problem?• The consensus is that • Americans were trying Americans have to better themselves become lazy, they want but now no one wants to highest yield with the work hard. lowest amount of work.• In the 1970’s the drive for education was much more than today.
What is happening?• As you can see in the prior graph the USA is definitely lacking for some reason. Why are the other courtiers doing so much better?• Education in South Korea is viewed as being crucial for success and competition is consequently very heated and fierce. A centralized administration oversees the process for the education of children from kindergarten to the third and final year of high school. Mathematics, science, Korean, social studies, and English are generally considered to be the most important subjects. Normally physical education is not considered important as it is not regarded to be education and therefore many schools lack high-quality gymnasiums and varsity athletics. South Korea was the first country in the world to provide high-speed internet access to every primary, junior, and high school.
Are kids happy in school?• Kids spend more then half of their lives in a education institute from the age of 5-18.• Should the education system strive to keep kids happy? Here is a source to see what others feel about this.• http://www.missiontolearn.com/2010/08/wh at-if-schools-happiness/
Can we make it better?• Kids are exposed to way • Let’s make the too much media at an education more early age to fully interesting for the kids immerse their selves in • I think we should add some sort of education taxes to states to• Home life must be directly pay for school improved so kids know what to expect in school
The Answer?• At this point there is no answer to our education problem• We can look around at other countries and see prime examples of exemplary education• Maybe it’s time to take some advice from another country other then trying to have our country figure this out on its own