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Recent surveys indicate that students in the U.S. are falling behind other countries in critical education areas including reading, science, and math. According to a recent study, out of 34 countries, the United States ranks 14th in reading, 17th in science and 25th in math.
As a parent, I’m sure we’ve all had the highest hopes for our children when it comes to education, and where that education will take them in successful careers.
However, with billions of dollars being piped into our school systems through our federal and local taxes, our children are still failing. With lack of supplies, less books, increased class sizes, failed or cut after-school programs, where is this money going? And why aren’t our children excelling in the areas that are crucial for seeking higher education and obtain decent paying jobs or careers?
On this episode, we will discuss the ever increasing failure of the educational system in the United States.
With the assistance of special guest, Dr. Chris L. Hickey, PhD., we will explore the solutions to the problems when it comes to the education of our children.
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The total failure of our Educational System. Cant anyone see that this has become nothing more than a program for jobs, baby sitting, and worst of all INDOCTRIATION?
Why do we allow our this to continue to happen and more importantly, get worse?
Parents, Students, Teachers and Educators. Why are kids failing in the public School System? High rate of drop-outs, Bad behaviors, Literacy, Math, English Scores all time low in K-6, Middle Schools, And High Schools. Students don't respect teachers anymore. Many students are given up, Teachers are failing to educate, love and they turn the other way.
Leadership in Schools from the School Districts, Principals on down who is at fault. The boys are sagging and bragging but not learning, girls are fighting and cursing and don't respect themselves or others.
Parents stand up you will be blamed, should be blamed for the behaviors of our children. Guns on school campuses, students failing to bring pencil, or paper in the classroom.
Yes our Educational System is failing, who is at fought. Toughcookie will have parents, students and a few educators on to discuss this very important subject/topic.
Students need Role Models in the classroom not from TV, not Entertainers, not Atheletes, Parents should be better Role models.Take time out with there kids k-12 and ask how was there school day, get them tutors, check homework, get them to bed ontime. Feed them breakfast, and come and sit in on classes instead of coming when your child get's in trouble. Kids need hope and dreams let them know yes they can.
Funding where is the $$$ going. Taking away Afterschool activites, sports, music, creative art programs and other extra-curricular activites from minority public schools but not from affluent schools. The circulation of funding, who gets it and Why?
There future is bright if they Focus, get them help, show love, be fair but firm Educators, not their friends. Teachers show respect to all cultures in the classroom, get teachers who look like the diverse student body on Public School Campuses and in the classrooms.
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Tune in to hear about "flipped education" and "personalized education." This is sure to be an eye-opening show for parents whose kids just don't fit into the rigidity of conventional schooling.
Why is there such an achievement gap for disadvantaged students and those who are learning English? Are they "deficit" students? Educator and doctoral student Tiffany Rose doesn't think so. She believes by using teaching strategies that scaffold disadvantaged and ELL students for success, no child will be left behind. Join Ms. Rose and me as we discuss this important educational problem.
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