In the final part of my series, I continue to examine the problems hindering the US education system from being all that it can be.
In this article, we'll discuss three ways we are revamping STEM education in the United States. By 2020, there will be 9.2 million STEM jobs in the U.S. Despite the need for these workers, only 45 percent and 30 percent of high school seniors are prepared for college-level math and science courses, respectively. In this article, we'll discuss three ways we are revamping STEM education in the United States
Where does Hillary Clinton stand on education? Here we'll discuss 8 things you should know about her position on important issues our nation needs to address.
Our nation's public schools play an integral role in fostering talents. They also play a role in building our children's internal worth. It is therefore not surprising that our schools can assist in reducing our nation's prison population as well.
From overcrowded schools to lack of parental involvement, there are many obvious problems within the education system that immediately come to mind when thinking of how to improve education in America. But some issues fly under the radar.
We have seen a lot of advancement in education technology designed for the classroom, and to be effective, teachers need to stay abreast of these new technologies and concepts. This is the perfect time for teachers to receive retooling in the area of educational technology.
Let's examine 10 problems that prevent the US education system from regaining its former preeminence.
Most people like to think that American K-12 schools, workplaces and courthouses are pillars of fairness, but statistic after statistic all point to a crisis among the young, Black men of the nation. This crisis begins in homes, stretches to K-12 educational experiences, and leads straight to the cycle of incarceration in increasingly high numbers.
No teacher would argue the fact that parents ARE needed to maximize student success - so how can educators, and society as a whole, make it so?
Mass Customized Learning, where we meet our learners at their levels based on their learning styles, challenge them and support them in achieving success at school each day is the ideal learning setup.