What key factors are needed to make strong Education Systrem ?

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    askpowersposted 10 years ago

    What are the key factors which we need to follow to build a strong Education System, we can not compromise on our kids ? What do you suggest ?

  2. ediggity profile image61
    ediggityposted 10 years ago

    Spelling tests, lots of dem.

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    Precious Williamsposted 10 years ago

    Teachers who inspire a 'can do' culture, so whatever a child's home life is like you can help them to be aspirational and take the journey they want and have the skills to pick themselves up again when something goes wrong.

  4. Rafini profile image83
    Rafiniposted 10 years ago

    An Individualized Education Program for all students (as much as possible anyway) while maintaining a base competency for reading, writing, and arithmetic.

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    Doodlebirdposted 10 years ago

    Get rid of grade levels - you move on in a subject when you pass.  Less lecture - more student discussion, debate, research projects.  Just a couple of thoughts.

  6. Rafini profile image83
    Rafiniposted 10 years ago

    Learning Opportunities that don't currently exist - such as Leadership classes, goal setting lessons, understanding priorities, being proactive, assertiveness training, listening skills....

  7. wilderness profile image97
    wildernessposted 10 years ago

    The Texas Board of Education........NOT

    We desperately need to get rid of the politics of education.  Just not sure how to do it.

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      UnderPressureposted 10 years agoin reply to this

      Here's an idea, it's simple, great and easy to implement - get rid of the Department of Education and make the educational system more free-market.

      Our country has been pouring money into education for the last 50 years at least and all that it's gotten us is lower test scores and lower preforming students.  It takes the parents out of the equation and keeps bad teachers and schools around when they otherwise would have been gone long before this.

      Let parents choose what they want to do with their kids and get them and the children involved and you'll see a better education system in America.

  8. mysterylady 89 profile image60
    mysterylady 89posted 10 years ago

    Somehow, some way, students must become better readers.  The ability to read well is necessary in every discipline, even math and science.  From pre-school on, parents must get involved: reading to their children, cutting down t.v. time, taking their kids to the library, having family reading time, etc.  The schools cannot do it alone.


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