The Failure of American Schools – The Atlantic

The Failure of American Schools – The Atlantic.

For America to have a strong economy in the future and remain a World Economic Power, as well as the lead Economic Power. We are going to have to have a better Public Education System. We are going to have to improve our Public Schools, so we are producing enough quality workers that can compete and get the good jobs. We can’t do that with the 39th best Education System in the World. For incomes to rise in America, workers are going to have to have good jobs. For them to have good jobs they are going to have to have the skills to get the good jobs. For them to get the skills to have good jobs. They are going to have to have a good education. There are not enough Private Schools which generally do an excellent job educating students in America. Because very simple, they are based on results for their educators and students. You do a good job, you keep educating and you advance. You don’t do a good job, you find yourself out of work. Whereas in our Public Schools, your Job Security is based on your Time of Service not Quality of Service. Since there are not enough Private Schools in America for all of our students. We are simply going to have to reform our Public Schools.

We need a new Public Education System based on competition, where are Public Schools our competing with each other. For their students and no longer guaranteed a certain number of students. Where parents can send their students to the school they feel is best for their kids. Not based on where they live. And where our educators our paid for the job that they do, not for how long they’ve had that job. Its pretty simple if you make people do a good job, to keep their job and to advance. And you hire people for the job that they are qualified to do. Then they’ll generally do a good job. Thats what we should do in Public Education.

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