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    Education has undergone many rhetorical and definitional changes since its creation; the explicit purpose of teaching the masses, particularly in the framework of public schooling, has varied from culture to culture. At its core, though, the aim is simple: to efficiently construct productive members of a society. This effort has to encompass so much of the values of said societies that it becomes impossible for educational institutions to avoid the influence of larger institutions. Within these constraints

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    Public Education Governor Jeb Bush initiated the nation's boldest voucher experiment in June of 1999 when he signed into law his Opportunity Scholarship Program. Florida is the first in the nation with a statewide plan allowing state-paid tuition for children in "F" graded schools to attend private schools or other non-failing schools. Opponents claim that giving parents the choice to use state education funds at private schools could end up bankrupting the public education system so

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    exponentially, the gap in the quality of public schooling rises with it. For a country that prides itself in prestigious outlets of education, the system of public schooling seems to be miserably failing. Public education, a system that some fight to destroy while others fight to preserve, is perhaps the only source of academic opportunity for many individuals living in this country. The fact that someone can live in a certain area and receive a higher quality of public education than someone else living in a

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    educated in public schools for years. Public education most certainly is not cheap though, as in 2017 the education budget was approximately $69.4 billion(). Many believe this is a little extreme and wish to lower the education budget, but that would only make things worse. Education is one of the most important things in a civilization, and it is vital that its well funded. However, much of the funding is going towards all the wrong things and America, despite spending more on education than most

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    The greatly discussed dilemma of having a child be taught in a public school setting versus a homeschool setting has been evaluated by parents since the idea was first introduced in the 1970’s. Public schooling had been the standard method of teaching since it is a requirement for states to provide public, free education for children in grades K-12. However, the backlash against the system began when two educational theorists and supporters of school reform, John Holt and Raymond Moore, started to

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    Public and Private Education in Mexico The theme is played today between parents it is which is the best option for their children education. Public or Private? Which of the two educational systems in Mexico is better? There are several things that parents should consider when the best choice for the education of their child is picked up. Each educational system is very different; the quality of teaching, especially the costs and resources of each varies greatly. Today, there is the idea that in

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    There are many fundamental factors of our public education. I think that teachers are the most fundamental factors of our public education because teachers teach us thing we need to know for the future and that helps us get a better career. Technology that we have now is also important. I also got information from other students of what they thought was the most fundamental factor of our public education. Students I asked mostly all of them said the same thing I did. They said, “Teachers are the

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    Abstract Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) curriculum in schools is undergoing a revolution in public education. This revolution is sparked by an increase in federal funding over the last decade. Between the years of 2011 and 2015, the federal government alone invested between three and 3.7 billion dollars yearly for STEM education (Johnson, 2012) (White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, 2014) and new STEM educational instructional strategies (Bruce-Dacis, Gubbins

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    years gratis, and much longer as they please, paying for it,” (Smith). Jefferson stressed the need for a public-school system, in which every student had a right to a basic education. Although having gone through modifications, the basic public school system is still in place to this day. To fully take advantage of one’s public education, one must take an active and responsible role in their education. This means that one must be accountable, diligent, and productive in their work as well as contribute

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    WHAT IS THE ROLE OF THE MEDIA IN PUBLIC CIVIC EDUCATION? “Media corporations have a civic responsibility not only to prevent fraud and financial abuse, but also to not corrupt or degrade our culture” (Pickering, 2017). Society has always had an interest in how students are educated in schools and prepared for citizenship to take part in civic life since the late 1800’s. Because of the limited civic knowledge, poor civic dispositions, and dysfunctional political landscape, it was the job of the schools

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