Why is the federal Department of Education important?
When states receive federal money its importent for all to recognize someone is watching over them, and to encourage improvements when necessary. Some state school systems do not provide equal provisions, in the interest of students of wealthy family's, or racial differences, etc. Federal overlooking the schooling systems is important for the nation as a whole.
It isn't. The DoE's loan programs and grants to schools are part of why they could jack up tuition at three times the rate of inflation - while medical care was a crisis while rising at only twice the rate of inflation.
by Susan Mills 5 years ago
Do you think we should get rid of the Department of Education?Do you believe the public schools in our country have benefited from the having a Department of Education?
by breathe2travel 6 years ago
Do you think the Federal Department of Education helps or hinders school effectiveness?
by Rose West 8 years ago
I've been writing an article about the government's involvement in education... It seems to me that our kids would be a lot better off if the government had never gotten involved. But what if the Department of Education was stopped? What would education look like if public schools were closed?...
by spbarton21 6 years ago
Should education be in the hands of the federal government or the states?Since the inception of the education department the level of education has fallen dramatically. is the education department to blame? Or is it the ever stronger teachers unions that have allowed sub par teachers to continue...
by ISAAC WILSON 8 years ago
Why is I.C.T important in our generation.
by Bill Holland 6 years ago
What would you do to fix the educational system in America?This assumes, of course, that the system needs fixing. What would you change about it? What would you terminate? Perhaps we need to look first at what is wrong before answering the question.
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