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Clarification Is Needed
Every so often the print and radio media states the fact that America’s school are in very poor, disorganized, and unproductive mode affairs. However, the medias are quite guilty of not adequately clarifying and explaining the why story. They fail to tell just that makes up the conglomerate of America’s four kinds of schools systems. So their statements are only partially correct. The print and radio media is more interested in telling people what teacher had with what female student in the classroom after school hours, or what gang member was shot on his way home from school, or what female teacher was giving alcohol to some of her male students and then getting involved in sexual behavior. The modern day media leaves a great deal to be desired.
The media fails to explain that the American School System is made up four (4) separate systems: Catholic schools; other religious schools; private schools; public schools, and that only one of systems is in a very poor are productive mode…
The media needs to tell everyone that Catholic schools are head and shoulder above the other three (3) systems. Parents have to pay to have their children rolled, but parents are very satisfied with the end results. In regards to natal high school graduation rates, Catholic schools graduate 99.4% of their pup and 84.9% of them attend a four-year college. That is outstanding news.
The other religious schools are not as successful as Catholic schools, but they are adequate in comparison to the remaining two systems. Other religious schools graduate 98.1% of their high school pupils and 61.3% of them attend a four-year college. That is very acceptable.
The other private schools are considerably below Catholic schools. They are on moderately productive academically, and only 57.2% percent of their high schools graduates attend a four-year college.
At the very bottom of the list of school system is America’s Public School System. At one time they were very good. They became poorly organized, poorly productive, and poorly kept up when the U. S. Government got into the act with government money. With the money came mandates, changes in administration procedures changes in what could or could not be taught, and changes in how schools should be organized. To sum it up, government money help became a great public disaster.
Only 35% percent of high school students is public schools actually graduate only 39.5% of that 35% percent attend a four-year college. There are a few de public schools scattered throughout America, but they are few and far between.
Most American public school are dens of iniquity, full of horrendous discipline problems, poor academic results, and meeting places for unpleasant and unacceptable moral behavior. The once very acceptable American Public Schools can now correctly called great American Public Disgraces.