While in high school, you are required to take basic level classes to prepare you for your upcoming adult life. High schools do not adequately prepare students for college. Too many students in classrooms leave the slower learners to fall behind. Not enough time in each class forces teachers to skip important topics. Some teachers do not motivate their students to learn.
Too many students in classrooms leave the slower students to fall behind. There are not enough teachers for each class to be small, which would give them more one on one time with their students. Many students cannot keep up with the fast paced learning which leaves them to ultimately fail the class or barely pass. When I was in school, we had one teacher to approximately 35 students. There were so many of us asking questions, the teacher could never finish what he/she had planned to cover for that day.
Not enough time in each class forces teachers to skip important topics. In school today, there are seven classes broken up within an eight-hour day. Teachers are forced to highlight over topics that really should be gone over thoroughly. Students do not learn enough in each class when they are only approximately one hour long. When I was in school, we had six periods. Teachers were a little more thorough with each lesson. Small details that are overlooked or deliberately skipped deprive a student of important information.
Some teachers do not motivate their students. There are some teachers who sit back and let the students goof off during their classes. This not caring attitude spills over to the students. One teacher I had in school would sit with his feet propped on his desk and would hand out assignments for us to complete. The only problem...