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Aguilera 1 Claudia Aguilera Deborah Allen 09/27/2010 First Rough Draft Title America is well known for their education system. It is also known for it’s greats Universities and it’s intelligent graduates. It is a fact that every single individual that graduate from an Amer- ican University will obtain their major goal in life which is to have the life and the money their parents could never give have. Many people trust blindly the American Educational system, and will pay any extraneous amount of money to receive a great education. Aside from that we also have the fact that this could also be no more than just a myth. John Taylor Gatto affirms in his text “Against School”(148-153) that the Public School system is just a joke and that students get treated everyday as experiments ready to give a result. He also claims how students loses their interest for education due to the fact that not only students but teachers too are in a stage of bore- dom. Neither the student of the teacher have an affection for the subject being discussed at class everyday. In Jean Anyon’s text we see an agreement to the Gatto’s text. In “Social Class and the Hidden Curriculum of Work”(169-185) Anyon writes about four different kind of schools, and how students are being teach depending on their family status in life. She claims how students from a lower class are taught in a way that will only lead them to do the same their parents do for a living and how students from highest class are taught everything they need to succeed in life. Public schools work with a child’s mind extracting all their potential, leaving it empty and use- less. Furthermore, these minds will be able to absorb any new information that is being presented
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2 ignoring the fact that some of this information might be not truly or helpful at all. Students will blindly trust the school, and will make a commitment to never question all the things they do.
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