Education is very important. Many people advocate that sex education should only be restricted to households, that is, that parents should personally educate their kids. For example, an NGO in Mumbai went to colleges with an experiment to teach college students about water conservation.
No matter what modifications we make to public education, regardless of how we improve standardized testing, measuring results, educating and getting ready our lecturers, and funding education, if we do not take the politics out of education, and the implementation of fine education policy in our government, we are doomed to fail.
One more reason for the lack of arts in the classroom author Victoria Jacobs explains, Given the shrinking budgets of faculty districts across the nation, art specialists and artwork applications have disappeared from many elementary colleges (Jacobs, 1999, p. 4). Nice arts are being seen as non-educational or an additional-curricular activity.
My need to seek answers to these questions impressed many hours of intense analysis which included the reading of 6 books, tons of of research paperwork, and countless hours on the Internet; which pales compared to the lifetime of studies and analysis that pioneers in the fields of intelligence and education like Howard Gardner, Richard Sternberg, Linda S. Gottfredson, Thomas Sowell, Alfie Kohn, and Diane F. Halpern whose work is cited on this article.
Academics want to include all genres of fantastic arts, which include, theater, visual artwork, dance, and music, into their lesson plans because the humanities gives the scholars motivational tools to unlock a deeper understanding of their education.