While top-down education hasn’t necessarily tugged at the root of many education issues, grassroot organizations see daily successes within the community.
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While theoretical learning definitely holds its place in schools, hands-on learning allows students not only the opportunity to apply their theoretical knowledge but also become agents of change in their community. Many programs are sprouting up across the United States that allow students to learn through this method of practical application.
American citizens often compare the American education systems to other education systems across the globe. However, research proves that there are very little similarities between successful education systems. Each country has its own educational philosophy and approach, proving there is no one-size-fits-all solution to effectively educating students.
What role does the public education system have in the time where everything you could possibly want to know can be discovered at the touch of a button? Although it may appear as if the importance of school is waning, that couldn’t be further from the truth. Schools still matter. Their roles have simply shifted.
The workforce landscape is constantly evolving whereas our education system has been nearly unchanged for decades. We all read startling headlines such as Students are being prepared for jobs that no longer exist and wonder, how is it that we can't seem to catch up?