Who’s Responsible for a Student’s Education
Who is it that bears the responsibility for the student’s education? Is it the student? The school? Or is it the government? This question cannot easily be answered by just one person. The answer could be based on that person”s opinion, and opinions vary from person to person. Some people will say it is solely the student’s responsibility. Others might say it is the school’s responsibility. While others might say it is the government’s responsibility. Some people might say that it’s the student’s responsibility because the student has to show up to the class on time, be prepared, and pay attention.
They could also say that it is the student’s responsibility because the student has to be willing study and do the homework. The student has to be willing to learn, and try to learn as best they can. Students have to provide the supplies that they don’t get from the school so that they are able to do the work. The student has to study and at least try to pass the courses they are taking so that they can further their education. The student has to provide their own means of transportation to the school if the schools do not, or cannot, provide it for them.
The student has to pay attention to the curriculum being taught and attempt to absorb and learn it to the best of their ability, because if they don’t they can’t really learn anything. The student however can’t be held responsible if the teacher isn’t teaching the curriculum in a way the students can comprehend and learn it. This is why other people might say that it is more of the school’s responsibility, because the teachers are responsible for teaching the curriculum correctly.
The students can’t be held responsible if the facilities are inadequate for learning or teaching. (The teachers are not at fault either if they don”t have proper classrooms or materials assigned to them. ) The students can’t be responsible for all the supplies they need for learning that are supposed to be provided to them. The school is the one responsible for the teachers and the facilities. The school is responsible for keeping the facilities maintained and in adequate condition for teaching and learning.
The school and the government are also responsible for making sure the teachers are qualified enough to teach the curriculum they are teaching. The school has to provide equipment for the teachers and for the students, so that the teachers can teach the curriculum properly (and so that the students can learn it properly as well). The school has to provide other supplies as well and insure that the students are getting a proper education. The school has to make sure that most of the students are learning what they are supposedly being taught, and they learn how to use it in the proper way.
Schools also have to make sure that the students are in the proper curriculum according to their skill and learning level, so that they don’t get far behind in their education. The school also has to use the funding they have in a proper way to help the students and the teachers and keep the buildings adequately kept to ensure the student’s and the teacher’s safety and to make sure that the facilities are comfortable enough that the teachers can teach the courses and that the students can learn the courses.
The school, however, isn’t responsible for receiving inadequate funding. The schools get some of their funding from the government. This is another reason why people might say that it isn’t the schools” or the student’s responsibility, and that it is the government’s responsibility. After all, the government has to provide the school with proper funding so that the teachers are paid their salaries, and so that the facilities can be maintaine The school, however, isn’t responsible for receiving inadequate funding.
The schools get some of their funding from the government. This is another reason why people might say that it isn’t the schools” or the student’s responsibility, and that it is the government’s responsibility. After all, the government has to provide the school with proper funding so that the teachers are paid their salaries, and so that the facilities can be maintainehools don’t follow the guidelines set up by the government the government also has to make it so the school is reprimanded so that the school will start to follow the rules and guidelines.
All these are very valid points showing how each of the three is responsible for the education of the students that attend the schools. All three have their own responsibilities to attend to, to give the student a good education. All of these opinions and reasons are valid as well, and they show that the student, the school, and the government are all responsible for the students” education. The student wouldn’t be able to learn if the student didn’t have adequate facilities to learn in or teachers that could teach the courses properly.
Equally the schools couldn’t teach the students without the funding they need to keep the buildings well kept and to pay for equipment and supplies to help the teachers teach and the students learn. The government couldn’t help the student get a proper education if the schools didn’t use their funding properly or didn’t follow the proper rules, guidelines, and regulations that have been set up. The schools wouldn’t be able to teach the student’s if they weren’t willing to learn or didn’t have their own supplies they are supposed to provide.
The student, the school, and the government all have to work together and be willing to help each other to give the student a good, proper education that they can use later in their lives after they stop attending schools and stop furthering their educations. Each has to work in conjunction with the next in order to do their job in the process. This essay has attempted to show how the student, the school, and the government are all responsible for the student’s education. It has also tried to show that each of the three has their own part that has to be done in order for their goals to be met.
They each have to help individually so that they all can used their combined efforts to give the student a good, proper, and usable education that can be applied to the rest of their life. It also shows how schools or governments alone wouldn’t be able to give the education to the student without the help of the other. If the others didn’t do their part the student wouldn’t be able to get an education and wouldn’t do as well later on in their life when they need their education to find a good job, to raise and take care of their family, and have a more secure financial future.