A parent must do research on neighborhoods where the

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child in an environment to be successful. A parent must do research on neighborhoods where the child can have an exceptional learning opportunity. Parents must be active in the schools and aware of the curriculum that is being thought. It is not the responsibility of the government to offer families and schools additional resources for the low performing schools. Therefore the SSA removes the accountability from the government and to states and families of children in low performing schools. Normative Argument in Response to being in Favor of SSA The Student Success Act (SSA) seeks to educate children past elementary school and high school. This act implies that the curriculum should not only be for current standards but preparing students for post secondary education and the workforce. Preparing students for adult life should be the main focus of education. Therefore the federal government should be more active in mandating state education polices and spending. It is evident that monies are not being allocated properly if there are low performing schools. Class rooms are overcrowded, text books are outdated, and teachers are not qualified. More funding would bring these low performing schools up to mandatory standards. The previous arguments displayed are beneficial to developing the education standards of school districts across the country. These have caused them to become positively competitive in their teaching and learning outcomes. Children should not have to suffer the consequences of a society that adults have created. They should be able to learn and develop skills that will help
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Running head: Position Paper 3 them develop their own opinions of what their educational goals will be. Therefore the curriculum should not only be for standardized testing but also for the lessons they will learn post elementary and secondary education.
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  • Summer '12
  • Babb
  • school districts, Student Success Act

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