Education has changed throughout time and will continue changing. With many changes for better or for worse, education will still be a priority for our children. After interviewing two teachers that have been in the education workforce for over twenty years, I realized how much change in society has affected the way teachers taught their students. The first teacher I interviewed had been teaching for twenty-five years and is a sixth grade teacher. She noted that any change in our culture has made a difference in her classroom.
Students tell us what really needs to change at their schools - Los Angeles Times
I was not very excited to take the UNV class when I had to register for classes last Fall semester, and I thought it is a waste of credits. However, since the first day of class and overtime I changed my mind completely. I changed my mind due to several reasons I will be discussing in this paper. The main reason is that I found the environment of this class very similar to my high school environment, which was a STEM high school. In other words, I have always been challenged in this class to. When I think about my freshman year to my junior year there are things that have been the same and things that have been different. I have experienced a lot in the couple years I have been at senior, and I have lots to say about the high school life.
Changes Schools Should Make to Better Serve Students: A Student's View
Schools changed in many ways in the last thirty years. One of the major changes is discipline. Discipline is a much greater concern today than it was thirty years ago due to certain issues that did not present a problem back then.
My mom once asked me about the first steps I would hypothetically take to make a "better school. Among many other things, I said that I would change school starting times, improve cafeteria lunches, and bring back recess. These would be good first steps because they help a lot of students a little bit.