Something that I have been interested in learning more about has been "why is education not important to public school students? I know that many people feel that school isn't going to be taken serious, unless the money is coming out of their own pocket. From what I have heard, alot of students don't take their free schooling seriously enough. Students who are going to public school especially. For private school, It's another story, if the student know mom or dad is paying for their education well that should be giving them a push, or the parents themselves enforce that fact. School is ment to do well in, or as many school fail to understand.
The words bring your best effort is misinterpeted, not exact, but the same meaning. Has really fell to low standards in students mind, and their teachers also. One thing that I know for sure about "Why is education not important to public school students?" is that the teachers allow too much lenience and/or is not professional, leaving space for low standards.Being that I didn't have a lot of background information on "Why is education not important to public school students?", I chose to do some research on the topic. As I searched for blogs and news articles on Google, I came across this one article: "Private versus Public school....NOT again!" This article provided a lot of information and opinions on this subject.
"My sister initially attended the same state-funded school as I did, but for the last two years before going on to university she attended a local privately-funded school. The school had at least some very competent teachers; it also had a student body drawn almost entirely from affluent families (due to the fees charged) and it generally offered smaller class sizes than the state-funded school I attended. Many of the students there achieved good results in examinations. However, I was a bit surprised at the number of times I heard, from my sister, about her friends from that school retaking a year at university, dropping out, or failing. This may indicate that the excellent support the school offered before the standardised exams increased students performance in those exams, but did not directly translate into high performance after the school and its excellent support were left behind. Alternately, that theory may be due to the company my sister chose to keep, and/or infected with confirmation bias. This is also a sample of just one privately-funded school; others may be very different."
This quote didn't really surprise me all that much, but it did make me feel like what I said wasn't truthful. I know with smaller classes the more acknowledgement the few students receive, and so should be pushed, modevated to get great above standard scores. Prehaps perfect points on tests. And most definitely have a bright future of their choice, but everything is dependent on the student's comprehension level. It's not the pushing towards education. but how much the students can retain, their pace, and how he/she demonstrates his/her knowledge. I honestly don't think everyone has this gift.