Posted December 26, 2017 5:50 pm by Comments

By Walter Williams

Without schools of education, how would teachers be trained? We ought to adopt a practice whereby teachers are hired according to their undergraduate major.
Without schools of education, how would teachers be trained? We ought to adopt a practice whereby teachers are hired according to their undergraduate major.

U.S.A.-(Ammoland.com)- My recent columns have focused on the extremely poor educational outcomes for black students. There’s enough blame for all involved to have their fair share. That includes students who are hostile and alien to the educational process and have derelict, uninterested home environments. After all, if there is not someone in the home to ensure that a youngster does his homework, has wholesome meals, gets eight to 10 hours of sleep and behaves in school, educational dollars won’t produce much.

There’s another educational issue that’s neither flattering nor comfortable to confront. That’s the low academic quality of so many teachers. It’s an issue that must be confronted and dealt with if we’re to improve the quality of education. Most states require prospective teachers to pass a certification test. How about a sample of some of the test questions.

Here’s a question from a recent test given to college students in Michigan planning to become teachers:

“Which of the following is largest? a. 1/4, b. 3/5, c. 1/2, d. 9/20.”

Another question: “A town planning committee must …Read the Rest

Source:: AmmoLand

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