School Reform Essay by Annette

School Reform
This paper explores the history of the educational system in general, discussing the improvements in the buildings, teaching system and curricula.
# 3869 | 1,790 words | 4 sources | 2001 | US

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This paper attempts to show that the world is changing at too fast a pace and that in order to give students the opportunity they deserve to develop all the skills needed to survive in the world, the classroom must be expanded and the support and cooperation of parents and the community organizations must be solicited.The author of this paper claims that a student confined to the traditional classroom will certainly not make it in society.

From the paper:

"Schools typically started out in very early days as a one-room, barn-like building, where all the children who lived anywhere nearby came to be taught how to read and write. There was usually one teacher for the whole school. Schools and education today is a far cry from this type of schoolhouse. With the growth in the population and the fast paced growing technology, education has had to develop to what is now very advanced systems and techniques. Schools are now large buildings housing hundreds of students, with a wide variety of specialty teachers, and modern equipment. Since schools have had to produce citizens to work in the organizations and companies which are moving so fast along, teaching has had to expand rapidly beyond mere reading, writing and arithmetic".

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