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Should the federal government be involved in education?

  • Because i dont like the word no

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  • Higher quality of education is needed.

    1. Different schools have different teaching methods and different states have different standards. This results in different academic performances in different states or even local districts. Is this a healthy education system? When you invest in something, you expect to see some sort of return. Standard testing is just a measure of how federal government measures the funds they put in. Calling this "dictatorship" is biased.
    2. Different standards cause teachers to have different attitudes towards their teaching. Having at least some regulations will force them to take their jobs more seriously. Teachers from k-12 should also refreshing their knowledge from time to time as well. Do you know some teachers are still teaching what they have learnt from 20 years ago? Come on! Knowledge is always changing!
    3. Schools in the low-income districts are often neglected by the States. Children from those districts do not have the same resources as the others. In other words, those students do not have equal opportunity to receive the education they should have. Equality is also a core value of the American culture. Don't the children from low-income families deserve a chance to receive the same education like the others? Don't they deserve to have the same chance to be successful like the others?

  • Standardization is essential.

    There needs to be some standard area that all students should know. Anymore than that should depend on the location of the school and the things that will help provide the students for what they need to survive in their society. No you cannot make everyone learn everything BUT there needs to be a base for their learning.

  • Currently a tenth grader, federal control for the best.

    I am currently enrolled in high school. My school is the number 1 in Colorado (public) holds a bronze in national rating. I find it funny that because there is no baseline reg. Set for schools. I grew up in kansas, the academics there were set to a different beat. The main dispute against federal control is that each state understands it's people. Students here in colorado are gang related, don't listen and get bad grades, but that's because everything is weak, school is easy to get out of. Regulating them across our nation will remove educative stereotypes, and help students learn faster. Federal control will not brainwash us to the point we listen to whatever politicians say, this is because we have too many influences outside of school. I grew up in Kansas yet I associate myself with the fbla, not the ffa. Just an inside view of education. My main opinion? Reform.

  • Education needs a baseline standard

    States can decide how much beyond the required is needed but there needs to be some standard for education, especially for states that don't seem to take education serious enough. In addition to this those states that fail to give proper funding to education are supported by federal funds for education.

  • Education Should Be Consistent

    I believe the federal government should be involved in education because we need an entity over the entire public school system to set curriculum's. I think this is very important because we need to have a consistent curriculum for each grade across the country. Everyone deserves an education and some children receive more or less.

  • Yes there should be some regulation

    The government should be involved in education, because education needs to be standardized. If the federal government is not involved, you may end up with different states teaching different things and beliefs. I feel if it is not standardized we may end up with education like religion everyone will have their own opinion on what the kids should be taught.

  • Fed already in too much of our state's business

    The state and local governments are much more intimate with what goes on in their own 'backyards' than the federal gov't will ever be. State who can manage their own systems of education well will in turn attract more businesses to themselves and therefore more families creating a healthy system of competitiveness between surrounding states.

  • It's simple – Locals do it better

    It is simple; the federal government should not be involved in local public education (unless you count the District of Columbia). Town and states can handle these issues better than any politicians in Washington, and is but a step towards government control of Socialism, which is simply something that we cannot afford.

  • State Over Federal

    Rather than the federal government being involved, I believe the state government should be. If this country were being run the way it was intended to be then the people of each state could vote on the type of education they wanted their kids to be provided with. Also, it is much more practical for the state to be involved because the federal government has much bigger, more important things to be dealing with.

  • 10th amendment :)

    10 amendment. That is all.

    After finishing my supporting argument I was informed I needed more words. I don't need more words, but apparently it's required. So if you voted yes, please go read the constitution. The federal governments job is not to babysit us, to provide us money, food, clothing, housing, education or student loans. Very simple.

  • No Religion in Schools

    No religion in Schools was caused by the government. But let's not just base this on religion. The culture of my generation is based on us. Not education. But that's not all of us, there are some bright students who really have great potential and are creating a future for themselves within the classrooms of public school. If we had Religion in school, the standpoints on school would be based on logos, meaning logic. Government being in school isn't logical, they're job is to protect us not educate us. And to add to that, why would we want a group of leaders who can't even be completely honest about what is happening today teaching in schools.

  • Standardized Imposition is helping anyone

    Federally imposed standards, assessment and systems spend money frivolously when states already have working systems in place. Students learn differently, federal standards create a classroom that had no flexibility- a teacher cannot reassess where her students aren't hitting the mark...If it's not on the assessment then forget about it! Federal standards hurt education.

  • States Rights over Federal Control

    The constitution gives the Federal Government no authority over education. Federal involvement only increases costs by duplicating the state systems already in place. The states are perfectly capable of running their own educational system without the Feds involvement. Money saved by eliminating federal involvement could be better spent on teacher salaries and expanded programs (such as how to balance a check book rather than how to apply for public assistance).

  • Let the state take care of there own people

    If u look at all the area's that the government has moved in to the schools like New York with the worst schools in the nation also D.C,and many more. Just also look at the testing scores after the government changed it; almost all the kids that take it have to retake the test or they just fail that grade and have to take it again. In some area's of Texas schools had a 58% fail rate up from 32% just years ago.. That's a big jump in kids not able to pass and really sad!!!!!

  • Subjects are taught differently everywhere

    Schools around the country are experimenting different methods of teaching and it's working. If the federal government steps in and tells students what to learn, how to learn it, the test scores will be lower. Different students learn in different ways, some schools make learning fun, if the government stands in all motivation to succeed will be lost, classrooms would be like "1984", and school would be more of a dicatatorship

  • Children are influenced to believe, serve, and trust the government.

    What many people don't realize is that schools teach children to be uncreative and unoriginal. By educating children using government-selected materials, the children are at the mercy of politicians and whatever they say. Children are taught to trust in the government to provide, and nothing can be learned unless taught through a classroom. Anything else would be incorrect. Children are taught to obey all officials and question no one. Basically, children are taught biased information, to accept no facts except what the school provides, to trust in the government, and obey all, question no one.


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