It is just me or is anyone else truly, madly, and deeply disappointed with homeschooling in ANY school? My kids happen to go to a 10 out of 10 pubic school in Los Angeles, and it’s awful still.
I’ve run into parents that are in private schools as well, with high tuition price points. They seem to feel the same way.
I think this is especially so for kids below the age of 10.
The teachers are not engaging the children proactively.
The teachers are not actually teaching, more they are reciting a dissertation where there is not a give and take conversation.
The teachers are not giving personal attention, especially to those who need it.
The teachers are asking questions randomly to others without keeping the kids attention, calling on them, and then expecting them to know the answer when they lost their attention without the first 20 minutes they were talking or showing a non sense video.
This is really the first time we have been able to get a glimpse of what is going on in the classroom, and it is a HUGE disappointment.
Our taxes and millions of government dollars funnel into the system, we are paying teachers and administrators well, and it feels like they are not doing their jobs.
If the clients or kids are not learning, shouldn’t that be their job? To teach children and make sure they comprehend? To make sure that where they are lacking, they work with them on their faults?
Some kids will always be better or worse at school, and I get that. But are we grading on progress that the parents are making or are we grading based on the kids comprehension? Or are we grading based on the teachers wishful thinking?
I know it’s a tough year for EVERYONE, those with and without jobs. Those that have lost businesses, those that have lost loved ones to COVID, those that have had their whole schedule reworked.
I am trying to embrace change and move with the tides, but I feel like the overarching educational system our government has created for us is not working, and may never have.
Even transitioning from school to university, or school into the real world, I just don’t think the curriculum preps us for it all.
I don’t want to point fingers, and I am so grateful for teachers and the profession as a whole. I have had many wonderful teachers in work and school that I am forever grateful for the knowledge and blessings.
Just trying to see if everyone else feels this way, and if so, how can we trigger change?
I try to get involved in the school, but the entire curriculum just seems WAY off.
Anyhow, there is my Rage Against the Machine chat. Not to light any additional fires with the topic here, but I am struggling with homeschool and work and thought others in my network may be as well.
Let me know in the comments below.
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