Unformatted text preview: public school because of lack of caring parents and volunteers. Thus, volunteers hold a substantial position on the outcomes of schools. In my classroom I would try to solve this occurring problem by including parents by speaking to them about daily achievements or disappointments of their child. I would also encourage parents to partake in volunteer services. These conclude but are not limited to: selling athletic tickets, fundraising, running a concession stand, and joining school trips. If the children’s parents begin to volunteer, a school would become a lot safer and a better school overall. The amount of time volunteers spend help the school communities twice as much. Volunteers are a peg in this worldwide game of education versus society, but if that peg is moved away, all schools would be devastated and unable to continue....
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course EDUCATION 245.02 taught by Professor Leahy during the Spring '08 term at Stetson.
- Spring '08