Excuse the typos, and please take in the fact that I tried to cover a lot of different issues in a short piece. I think everyone will get what I am saying.
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Seriously, the bottom line is that the school system could do much better.hi People should not ignore the fact that the standards need to raised in the educational system. In the year 2014 I would expect to see history books re-written to include more history on the contributions of African- Americans (brown people). I know some who respond to this will have thousands of arguments on why the history books should not be changed and so the disparities in education will continue. The truth of the matter is that African-Americans contributed a great amount of labor, as well as inventions that contribute to society daily. Another issue is the literature students are expected to read is not suitable for everyone. The novels Romeo and Juliet, Tom Sawyer, Huckleberry Finn...come on, a lot of the eduction taught is not geared towards molding an African-American to even have knwledge of self to know how our people contributed. I feel this day in age students should be allowed to choose their novels as long as they are grade level appropriate to encourage a love for reading again amongst the youth. The curriculum needs to come out of only the teaching of the Greek gods and include books that encourage learning about ones self and ones own character. This is a new day, and learning the old ways of teaching need to be tailored towards creating a more rounded individual for all cultures beginning at a younger age. I do not care what anyone says, the school system does not equally teach diversity. Anyone who says different, is living in a box, and that goes for any race. Peace
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