Problems in the education system
Problems in the education system

Problems in the education system

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There are so many problems that one can attribute to the crippling of the education system. Although there are several problems, at the forefront is the demise of the public schools which is caused by the overbearing of the teacher’s union which is also hungry for power. The union protects and coddles the underachieving force of teachers who are overpaid. Not every teacher falls into the category of course since there are some pockets of schools that perform well consistently. There has been a public battle on the quality of the education that is given to the children in the country. And it is very sad and heartening that the parents are the ones taking up the fight alone. The main problem is that the issue is overshadowing the stealthily destruction of the schools taking place deep from within.

This subversion has been occurring organically over a period of time as the education system begun to be in control of the liberal educators. The left-leaning media has so far done nothing in the support of the possibility that there could be organized efforts behind it. As the text books for the public schools have continuously been stripped of the perspectives of the pro-America, it has been chalked up by the apologists to the influences of the local educators which are isolated as well as the school boards. This subversion has been very subtle and it has also remained unnoticed by several people. This is a clear indication of how the public has become deeply anesthetized to its invasiveness.
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the hearts of the school children should be have rots roots in the 1960s.

The plantation of the seeds was done through the years of liberal appointments to the state and the national education agencies which did trickle down to the school level staffing. By working from within, the 60s teachers would accommodate a general shift by the national education leaders so as to approach education like a collective purpose. A lot of this was accomplished by such movements as the “civil rights”, which allowed the revolutionaries have a cover so as to advance their agenda as they masquerade as something which the conservatives feared to fight.

The federal agencies should put efforts at the national level so as to incorporate the soviet style education models to the education structure. This would be necessary since it would guide the development of the education based on collectivist belief system. The education collectivists would begin infiltrating public school systems putting more focus on the agencies that were responsible in the establishment of the criteria as well as the text book parameters.

In conclusion, the problem with the teachers union and the quality of education offered to the students should be a consideration since it has been a problem to many people for quite some time. The fact that the teachers union is not so concerned with the quality of education gives the parents more duties and responsibilities of trying to find solutions to the problem. This is why the problem has to be tacked with the appropriate measures so

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as to ensure that everyone involved in the education is responsible enough so as to improve it. Like in the 1960s, teachers should ensure that they take education with the attention it requires. Making sure that it is improved on all sides and that the best quality of it is maintained.

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