The Problem Of The Decline Of Education

1251 Words Nov 11th, 2015 6 Pages
This paper will examine the problem of the decline of education in the United States. The paper will first discuss how the education system works and how it has declined over time. It will also address the consequences of the decline of education and the effects it will have on children. Next the paper will discuss three policy solutions of the problem of the decline of education in the United States. The paper will first explain each policy solution. Then it will analyze the pros and the cons, and potential strengths and weaknesses of each solution. Last this paper will offer some personal observations on the problem if educational decline.
In the United States in education system is declining in many different ways. The public school system has come to care more about the money they will make from the student who goes to school rather than the teaching of the actual student and caring about their education. Therefore, if the education system is failing the future lawyers, doctors, and presidents will have gone through an education system which is declining. As Yanushevsky (2011) stated, “it is a dangerous sign of a possible future decline”. Students are scared that they don’t know or can’t comprehend the subject, and it leads to a negative attitude toward whatever subject it is.
Learning is a complex process that takes many different attributes. Students should be able to make a simple mistake without feeling penalized for making the mistake. The problem is that…
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