School Struggles#Topic: Struggling in School#
Kids today face more school struggles than ever before. Is it because of the lack of leadership found in the schools among officials or is it that the teachers just don't care anymore like they did in the good old days? Is it possible that many of these teachers feel they are overworked and underpaid for the issues they handle today as opposed to those they dealt with in years past? Whatever it is, the schools today have their share of problems and it generally starts at the top and filters down to the teachers, staff, students, and even finds its way into the homes of those students.
Kids today struggle with peer pressures but they are facing an even bigger struggle. They are facing the lack of a good, solid education. They are facing students who are meeting their teachers after class only to hear about those teachers crossing the sacred line with their students. They are discovering teachers and students run around together after class and if one student is included in the teachers In crowd and one isn't, another struggle begins.
Lets face it, there are a lot of struggles for every student when they are a teenager. However, when the teachers and school officials begin to act more like the students than the teachers, then thereís the problem and it is generally one which needs to be addressed. However, if you address the issue, then you open up a can of worms for your child because they will then be ridiculed and harassed by the teacher their parents crossed.
Its a vicious cycle and these school struggles are more common than you might think. Simply read the articles on the internet and you'll discover, your child is facing more problems today in school than we ever did when we were their age.
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