Traditional public schools often fail to supply the resources and assistance required to help troubled teens. Yet, most principals and assistant principals, in almost every school district, both independent and dependent, large and small, in every U.S. state are basically the same, in that their general expectations for classroom teachers are focused more toward statistical fulfillment of federal requirements for high-dollar funding than toward the fulfillment of the students’ academic learning requirements.
These behaviorally dysfunctional, and unteachable, elementary students will, for the sake of political expediency, will be indulged and passed-on by most of their teachers to the next higher grade, and the next, without ever learning the rudiments of a sound education, until they are in high school unsocialized, and unable to read, write, and perform math at their respective grade-levels.
And I’ll recommit OCR to upholding and enforcing Plyler v. Doe â€” which the Trump administration has tried to undermine â€” so that all immigrant children have access to a quality education, no matter their native language, national origin, immigration status, or educational history.
District Administration further suggests that “perhaps the complex nature of the task is one reason for existing gaps between what’s written for curriculum, what gets taught and what gets tested.” This suggests that after schools identify these holes, mending them is the next, but not final step.
In the United States, institutions of higher education that are operated and subsidised by the states are also referred to as “public.” However, unlike public high schools, public universities charge tuition, but fees are usually much lower than those charged by private universities , particularly for students who meet in-state residency criteria.