The Perfect School For An Ideal Education
My idea of an ideal high school is one that students are proud of, at the same time receive a good education. To achieve this a school would need to have good teachers, qualified in the field in which they teach. Class sizes would have to be reduced to around twenty-five students, this way teachers could be more personal with their students. Teachers would have access to any materials or resources needed to do their job. Last but not least, the school would have to be appealing to the students and offer a pleasant environment.
In high school I had a Government teacher named Mr. Bjorkman. He was also the coach for our varsity football team. You could tell he didn't know what he was teaching and was more focused on football. I didn't learn a single thing from his class. This is why a school would need to have qualified teachers in their classrooms. Students have different learning styles. Some are visual while others are auditorial, in some cases students may have a learning disorder. I have ADHD, which is a learning disorder. Before I received treatment I had a hard time paying attention and it also caused me to act up on occasion. My teachers thought I was a troublemaker so they always kicked me out of class. I wasn't given the opportunity to learn as much as the other students at my school. Not because I was a bad student, but because not one teacher took the time to try and help. This is why I believe a teacher needs to be able to distinguish between the two learning styles and disorders, so all their students receive an education.
At my school there were days I sat on the floor because a classroom was missing desks. At times we were unable to locate a television and VCR to watch educational shows. You can't fix a car without having the right tools. The same goes for teaching. In order for students to reach their full potential you cannot deny teachers the materials needed to d