There is no silver bullet, that can undo the cultural decay overnight, but there is no question that Education is too important for America to reject any idea that could have, even a marginal improvement. Dillon It would be good for the students to get paid to go to school because u would probably have students with better attendance. Not everyone thinks paying kids to attend school is a good idea. Fixing those issues would probably be more expensive or impossible to fix. Fine, so long as that pay is taxed, subject to National Insurance and docked if you don't turn up. Even if the initiative succeeds, however, officials say they still won't expand it nationally if public opinion is against it.
Why pay them when hard working students who faithfully attend get nothing. Damion G I think this an awesome idea but instead deposit the whole amount into an account for higher education. Start paying us and it wouldn't make it so bad, and I probably would like to learn and go to school. Bribing is bad in general and should be eradicated. To get an education, they need to go to school. Even if they don't go to college they can use it for a home, food, and many more things to get their life started. David Paul From Austin Texas No Jack did you get paid I didn't.
If the money is there to do it, I wouldn't mind seeing all students get pay for the work they put in. This doesn't have to be a huge payment just one which would allow people who cant afford tuition and have to work to sustain themselves to go back to college and this would in turn result in more college grads and push private universities to drop costs to retain students who would otherwise goto public universities and colleges. Next question, please and thank you. Dave Generation Y already thinks that they are too good to do even the most basic of jobs out there. There is no correlation between hard work and financial compensation.
At the same time, why not give it a shot? It would be beneficial for students and communities if colleges would reward students financially for good grades because it would give students, who cant afford tuition, a chance to attend college… Have you ever wanted to get awarded for your work and grades in school? It is definitely a bad idea to pay students to go to school. We are told that every child is going to college. Tell me Jack of some good news on the job front. Throwing money at a probem never solves it. Those who claim that paying students to attend class and do their work forget that this system is also seen in a situation every teacher hopes their student to be in: a job.
School really isn't that hard. There should be more staff to track less children and administer a more effective punishment. If students are paid to go to school, there would be absolutely no way to support the institute. There are plenty studies showing that kids do better in school if you pay them. Why not raise an entire generation of people who have to be paid to do things that are necessary for them to do for their own good? Instead of a school rewarding children for attendance, parents should be punishing their children for non-attendance. Is it not the parents responsibility to bring up their own kids? The only downside to it is that the school is wasting money that they could be using for academic reasons.
I can well remember the dark days of school, and the worst of it was when the troublemakers actually decided to attend lessons. They didn't go to school as a paying job. Let's just enforce the laws that are already on the books. It may significantly raise their attendance, buy it may not help them focus on education. So if schools are willing to pay students what they are supposed to being doing in the first place your gonna cut down on a lot of money. That was not such important criteria to me the second time I picked a husband.
Money can be a great motivator, but not in this case. A college degree is becoming nearly worthless because everyone gets one. I hope they have some success, but have serious doubts. Why the disparity between systems? But with our messed up economy, I don't believe … ant federal or state governments would consider paying students to go to school. Rich This is a terrible joke.
I hope that they will have sex, choose a religion, and try different jobs at the pace that they are ready for it. Good way to get money for school things. And even if the program is implemented, absences cannot be addressed on a case-by-case basis. In past generations, kids went to school or went out to work. You either care or you don't.
Another reason is that England is currently in a credit crunch. But there would be some cases like mine. What is the genesis of this question? Teach them to be responsible and to take care of their communities. The kids are not even required to excel or even try hard, just to show up. High School Students, certainly not.