Student Capital Investing in Kids and their Needs
Through the years I noticed as curriculum requirements increased student's knowledge base decreased. I couldn't help but wonder how this could be, so I started inquiring. I did not explore the margins of my inquisitiveness though those implementing the rigor, rather, I probed those on the receiving end; the students. That is to say the output and rationale behind it was more important to me than input. The implication of poor educational curriculum has yielded profound disconnects which negatively impact young adults and adults alike. Student's all over the country are suffering unnecessarily and do not need to. Student Capital addresses emotional intelligence, teacher abuse, excessive testing in schools, lack of career guidance, need for skilled trades, role technology plays, role parents play, increase in low self-esteem, why so many teens are abusing substances, abilities lacking post high school, and finally draws a connection to student struggles in higher education and society.
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