Is A College Degree Killing Your Child?
Child Education Policy
No wonder there are so many more working mothers in this day and age. Even parents of college age are trying to figure out how to do it all. They are learning on the job how to develop the well-being of their children. Do those successful parents also face the same obstacles as the working mothers? Are they relying on assisted learning, childcare, or some other solution to keep their children? According to the U.S. Department of Education, more than 42 million students attend preschool, elementary, and secondary schools in the United States. Moreover, there are numerous other resources available to raise children without the aid of a parent. This resource can include anything from home school curricula to night schools, and everything in between. From a research perspective, I believe that most of the children of that age should follow their schooling path, and study at a local academic institution. However, I have been observing many children who are challenged, and having to dip into the public education system to further their education. It became obvious that although teachers may offer some good education to our children, it may not be to the necessary standard of our families.
It’s not always easy to find support in such situations. The state department of education has done a lot of work over the past years to encourage students to work on their own efforts. However, more and more students rely on the loans of the school to continue their education. According to most recent statistics, loan repayments may constitute 20% of a student’s income and stay high for years after completing their degree. Could having a CD be the solution? Here are a few reasons why:
Be Decisive: The more choices a student will have, the harder it will be to make the final decision. The first thing that the student should do is choose which courses they are interested in. Actually, once the student has decided to take the course, they should avoid the associations which lead to temptation to borrow money from teachers’ aid. They should be able to achieve their own goals by being decisive. If they are in a group, it would definitely be easier to get on one single school that meets their needs. This way they would start with one round of the course, and the only time they would need to come back to their teachers’ aid would be after they had completed their debt.
Graduation is Fulfilling: It would be a comfort to be able to have a clear goal to achieve in life. The ultimate goal, it would become clear for the student whether they are inching towards or were born to obtain the ranking for the state. Additionally, the school provides the students with the motivation to really work to reach their goal and to get it done. Not only is it the right thing to do, but it would also be a remarkable achievement. That being said, a student may feel lost when they try to realize their real goals by staring from kindergarten and have to go back. They must definitely choose the last class to progress in.
Investigate: It is much easier to study in a private institution. It may be that the overall quality of the school is different than public or public supported. However, can the student really afford such a big investment? Can they take care of all the expenses without the help of teachers’ aid? It’s been clear for years that most teachers who give loans to students were irresponsible in their decisions. Most definitely, the students need to pay back the debt as soon as possible, but I believe that the school should be thankful for the student’s parents’ efforts. Otherwise, there would be no scholarships to cover the expenses.
Don’t avoid the tools of your education: Working in an academic institution has its own educational experience. It would definitely be difficult for a student to make the perfect choice. It would always be useful to explore some of the possible ways of school, and to learn what the students are studying. When I was working as a school’s guidance counselor, I had several students who were good at things, such as mathematics, but the total employment rate for them was lower than those who are good at music. This is probably because they were not given the proper support. So if someone wants to work on their own and they want to look into some of the opportunities, this is where the challenge comes.
What I Would Change: This is no criticism against the previous schools and the entire educational system. However, this article is one of a series on how to reach your goals and reach yours first. It’s worth reminding ourselves that we shouldn’t look at our educational system only from a governmental perspective. It’s important to look at ourselves to see what we could still do, because if we don’t, we may find that things