May 30 2011
The loss of money.
The loss of money may have little effect on o small scale, but when it comes to the education of future leaders it could affect everyone along with them. The budget cuts could end up being detrimental to a student’s creativity. The loss of money to be spent towards sports, music, and art classes take away from the outlets that students choose to express themselves through. Some high school or even middle schools have to take a hard look at where their budget is being spent. Not only does the loss of these creative outlets take away from what a student can do. It also hinders what the student could accomplish in the future.
The cuts that schools could be facing may impact not the loss of classes, but the increase in the size of classes. Decreasing the chance for more one on one time with the teachers that some students need to thrive in school. Students could end up behind in a class because o f the lack of interaction there is available with the teacher. Pupil’s interest levels will dwindle due to the fact that they don’t have due to the fact that they don’t have sports, or music, or art classes to look forward to. The over spending of a schools budget not only effects the way the student learns but the way the teacher would have to teach. Many teachers have to face a dead end when it comes to being able to teach, or to even keep the existing job they have. Schools have to let a majority of their teachers go due to the budget cuts. Schools are cutting anything that they believe will make up the money they spent back, and make up the deficit they have built up over the years.
Schools are designs to teach students the things that are need to know to be functioning members of society. They give children and teens the basis they need to go out and discover what their passion is. By cutting some of the things offered to students it eliminates the early passions they could develop, through their years in school. A student’s young...