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Taking the Time to Care

Our children are our future and should be afforded a quality education. There are so many children, even after the No Child Left Behind Act, that are "left behind". If we want our children to receive a quality education then we should have "quality" teachers/instructors. Most children have graduated just because someone took the time to say "you can do it". Teacher's play a big part in our children's lives and if they could just step out of their comfort zone and take the time to care about these youth then maybe the number of graduates would increase. Many children drop out of school not only because what is going on at home but also because of what is "not going" on at school. These children are our future and as we continue to walk through "the Age of the Computers", many teens continue to fall further behind. If we do not do something now about the education of our children they are going to be faced with low skilled paying jobs, increased dependence on Welfare, and Poverty. Don't get me wrong...A job is a job, however; these children are suppose to be our future Doctors, Lawyers, and Congress men/women. Like I said earlier, "[I]f we want our children to get a quality education, then produce some quality teachers". Raise the stakes in the education levels of the teachers and at the same time we as a society can increase the level of education that our children receive and get them performing at the State level. In conclusion, we should start at the head-start level and make sure that all children, regardless of what class they are in...are all afforded the exact quality teachings as those that are wealthy (ensuring that "No Child Is Left Behind").

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