- Rachel Koser
- Hudson, NC
- United States
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Institutions of higher learning say that American high school graduates are not college-ready. How do we close the gap?
American high schools are producing graduates that are not able to complete globally. Where is the root of the problem?
Teachers who are not prepared to deliver 21st century learning;
Students who are not accepting the personal responsibility of school work;
Parents who are not pushing their children to succeed;
Curriculum that is outdated or ineffective;
Legislature that does not prioritize public education;
Universities and tech schools with unreachable and unmoving standards.
What's the solution to your perception of the shortcoming?
I'm a public school teacher and I'm most curious to see what individuals outside the profession of education believe.