Sales and Advertising - Ongoing Debate About Accademics

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Thomas Ronan Mr. Measso Sales and Advertising March 18, 2006 An Ongoing Debate about Academics Every individual has a desire to learn. Having the responsibility to inspire a child, to focus their minds on the future and the steps they will have to overcome, lies in the hands of parents and teachers. Channeling ones’ concentration into focusing their attention in a sole direction is not an easy task by any means. Children, especially in today’s world, have a short attention span and multiple distractions in the classroom. From cell phones to Ipods, students continuously find new ways to get avoid doing work. “Failure in the classroom is often tied to lack of funding, poor teachers or other ills.” (Welsh 1). Many people believe that the reason why children are unsuccessful in school relates primarily to insufficient teachers, dull textbooks, and poor teaching strategy, but are these really the reasons why? If American children are doing so poorly then why are foreign born students
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This note was uploaded on 07/12/2009 for the course ECN 1211 taught by Professor Maloney during the Spring '09 term at Fairleigh Dickinson.

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