Education Essay Topics

Pros and Cons School Uniform

Abstract The decision for school district to enforce school uniforms has been in existence since the 16th century. School uniforms were originally created for poor children; however, over time, schools saw uniforms as a way to bring students together. There has been debate whether uniforms improve academic success while reducing affiliation of violence. There is… View Article

School Life in the 1950’s

School Life in the 1950’s was harder than today because the facilities were few and inadequate. Teachers were stricter and corporal punishment was still in use. They had fewer subjects and wealth, discrimination, sexism and racism meant they could only do certain subjects. After World War 2 there was a baby boom and as a… View Article

School Sports

Art and band are in need of money because of financial problems, so RUSD is going to drop school sports instead. After school sports include the following; softball, cross-country, track, and many more. All after schools should not be excluded from Rocklin’s middle schools. There are various reasons after school sports should be kept for… View Article

My school

I,________,have been a part of the _________School District my entire life. For me school has been a mixture of emotions. Some years I loved school and learning and other years I hated school and felt as if I would never amount to anything. The movie Stand and Deliver made me wonder how much better of… View Article

Home School vs. Public School

I prefer home schooling over public schooling; which one do you prefer? There are both pros and cons for both Home Schooling and Public Schooling. I am going to explain this all to you in my essay. I personally was home schooled for a few years during middle and high school. All of elementary school… View Article

Motivating Middle School Boys

Abstract Middle school is a time of physical, emotional and social change for boys. When students hit middle school, academics tend to take a back seat to all of the new activity in their lives. For boys, middle school is increasingly difficult. In addition to the physical and emotional changes, the academic curriculum becomes more… View Article

Letter to Editor

I have been looking over the results from the Nation Grade Six assessment which was written on the 25th and 26th of March by 16,811 students. Congratulations to all students who entered this exam, especially the students who have been able to gain a position one of Guyana’s five (5) top schools. However, it is… View Article

Sex Segregated Schools

Sex segregated schools is a topic in a class of its own. On one hand, you have people saying their awesome way to learn and people only talk good about them. On the other hand, people say there a waste of money and do not relate to real life after high school. Sex segregated schools… View Article

The Higher Education Sector in Bangladesh

It doesn’t matter from what perspective one tries to see the importance of higher education, one thing is certain that its importance can never be undermined. But it is very disappointing that, in Bangladesh, the so called “Higher Education” is in no way up to the standard one expects it to be. This is the… View Article

Marks of an Educated Person

Holmes describes a liberal arts education as providing “an opportunity to steward life more effectively by becoming more fully a human person in the image of God.” (The Idea of a Christian College, Pg. 36.) The liberal arts that include subjects such as language, history, speech, philosophy etc. help in making the student a more… View Article

Single Sex Education

All girl schools have been gaining popularity in recent years because of the belief that girls learn better when they aren’t competing with or intimidated by boys, who statistically get more attention in the classroom. After my recent survey of the class five of the twenty-one students who took the survey said that single sex… View Article

Thinking Critically : Education for Self-Reliance, Not Estrangement

Education for self-reliance, not estrangement This think piece was scripted in a Norwegian village near a town called Hamar. Less than a week ago I had left Tanzania just as concerned citizens were warming up to the interrogation of a recently launched government policy paper proposing the introduction of an awesome 10-year basic education system…. View Article

Ethics in the Classroom

Assessments have been in existences for many years; however schools have implemented various technology programs due to changes which have occurred in the educational system. Technology has become an innovative way to document, record, and to expand student’s learning. Teachers have access to software and hardware which is used to teach students required information as… View Article

Billy Baines Middle School

Billy Baines Middle School (BMS) is located in Fort Bend ISD, in Missouri City, TX. Its school teaches sixth, seventh and eighth grade students. BMS opened in August 2006 and was named after Mr. Billy Baines. Mr. Baines was hired in 1959 as the first African American principal and he served Fort Bend ISD for… View Article