School Essay Topics

Learning to Read and Write Summary

In “Learning to Read” an excerpt from his autobiography, Frederick Douglass writes about the steps he took to learn to read and write. He shows all the steps in this excerpt. He was a slave in a house; he didn’t have any opportunity to go to school or get any educations but the mistress in… View Article

Texas Lottery and Education Funding

Texans believe that participating in the Texas Lottery helps the Texas Education Foundation but little do they know; how much money actually goes to the Texas Education Foundation. The effect of the Texas Lottery is causing more of a negative impact on Texans than the Education Foundation is benefiting. The Texas Lottery negatively impacts the… View Article

The New Kid

Picture this: You are in a new school, and there are more than 1,200 people you don’t know. You’re scared; you have never met one single person in this building before. You don’t know if anyone is going to accept you. You feel as if every one of them is sizing you up and judging… View Article

Should we be teaching evolution in school?

Before I expand on this I will start by defining evolution, evolution as put by scholars and educators it is the changes in the gene pool causing changing characteristics of many organisms over a long period of time. But even with such definitions there is still a heated debate of whether or not teaching evolution… View Article

Homeschool vs Public School

The recent growth, popularity, and success of homeschool have left many parents wondering if public school is the right choice for their children. While public school is still the most trusted and convenient way for parents to have their children educated, many parents are starting to research and learn more about the option of homeschooling…. View Article

Reverend Henry Ward

Reverend Henry Ward is best known for changing the Jamaican school system. Up until Reverend Henry Ward got involved with the government to change it, the system was a flawed, failing system, with hundreds, if not thousands of children unable to get educated because of the lack of facilities. Although churches and infant centres tried… View Article

Does School Matter?

It is important that every person in every race, gender and social class be educated by going to school to become more successful in achieving higher goals, better jobs and personal fulfillment. By going to school and obtaining a good education, each individual will be able to seek out higher paying jobs for a better… View Article

Satire on School

Anything from A-Z that involves school is a bad habit that I have to deal with. I mean everything about school annoys me. That means teachers, rules, and parking, finding paper to write on. I was saying to my best school bud Jared, the following questions. Where we were hanging out by the food truck… View Article

Head Boy

Hey I’m David Smith and I’m running for 8th head boy. Everybody please stand up! Take one step to your right. Take one step to your left. Clap three times! Now sit down. My parents told me that if I could somehow “move the crowd” then I would win! So thank you for your cooperation…. View Article

Marketisation of Education

Marketisation is the policy of introducing market forces of supply and demand into education. When the Conservatives came in to power the felt Labour failed to create meritocracy and restructured the system. The 1988 Education Reform Act began the creation of an education market by encouraging competiotion between schools and choice of parents. Before the… View Article

Advanced Language Arts

Although teachers might disagree, having students eating in class will help students and teachers stay on task and not worry about lunch time. Staff should let us students eat during class because students will be more focused, awake, and excited to learn and participate in class. If student were able to eat during class then… View Article

The Theme & high school

Ambition: it is a person’s drive to achieve something. The entirety of the discussion in this essay may be zeroed in to just one word, Ambition. It is the lack of ambition that led Flick to settle to just being a gasman. It must be the reason why he did not get a scholarship for… View Article

High School District

The recent studies have shown that trend on school drop out is increasing every year. This is rampant drop out of young youths is becoming an alarming issues especially for students in their secondary schools and those enrolled in higher educations institutions. The rate of school drop out is varied between ethnic groups. For instance,… View Article

School District

Present research provides the analysis of dissertation titled Multimedia-Based Classroom Instruction and Student Achievement: What is the Relationship Between Multimedia-Based Classroom Instruction and Student Achievement in a Public Elementary School District written by J. J. Spaulding. Central objectives of the present analysis deal with dissertation’s key research questions, types of data collection and its effectiveness,… View Article

High School District

Declining high school dropout rates continue to reflect on the American educational system. Dropout rate for high school students refer to the number of individuals within the high school age range, between 16 to 24 years of age, who have not enrolled in school, obtained a high school diploma, or achieved equivalency documentation when compared… View Article

Social Class, Gender and Ethnicity

In what ways do social class, gender and ethnicity intersect with educational attainment and participation? Provide some examples to illustrate. Nearly thirteen years into the new millennium and so many of the gaps most noticeable within the education system in the twentieth century have been closed. Attainment and participation in both primary and secondary education… View Article

Right to Education Act

What is the act about? * Every child between the ages of 6 to 14 years has the right to free and compulsory education. This is stated as per the 86th Constitution Amendment Act added Article 21A. The right to education act seeks to give effect to this amendment * The government schools shall provide… View Article

Aditya Birla-History

Kumar Mangalam Birla is the Chairman of the Aditya Birla Group. The group is India’s third largest business house. Major companies of Aditya Birla Group in India are Grasim, Hindalco, UltraTech Cement, Aditya Birla Nuvo and Idea Cellular. Aditya Birla Group’s joint ventures include Birla Sun Life (Financial Services) and Birla NGK (Insulators). The group… View Article

Beyond the Ordinary

Inside the Ateneo de Manila University is a hectic and busy population of students . Clearly seen by the bags under their eyes, these students have been through numerous tension due to the load of studies they’re having. Fortunately, beyond all those problems ,there is a sanctuary where students can reside to ease up their… View Article

Education and School Uniform

Pupils all around the world have worn school uniform for many years. Many schools in Japan, France, USA and Israel, oblige pupils to come to school with a uniform. Wearing school uniform has advantages and disadvantages which I will present in my composition. On the one hand, the school uniform is very important. It is… View Article

School Lunches

With better school lunch being offered, students is school will be able to take food that has the required amount of energy. Food that is rich in energy is a necessary requirement for any lunch to be considered better. With energy from food, students are more likely to be able to undertake numerous school activities… View Article

Should Girls and Boys Attend Separate Schools

Single-sex schools are not very common nowadays, but there was a time when it was the general trend in education that boys and girls studied separately. Historic novels are rich in heroines who complete their education in girls’ boarding schools and become real ladies. Going apart to the historical data, in colonial time’s boys and… View Article

The school system

Indeed the school system has failed to adapt to the dynamic trends of modern era. The inadequacy of the current education paradigm lies in its emphasis on standardized testing and performance measures for schools without cognizance for individual needs and innovative capacities in the scheme of a productive educational paradigm. Dave Whittington and Alan McLean’s… View Article

The Level of Performance in Principles of Management

Introduction The level of success of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration freshmen achieved in their midterm of first semester of college has far-reaching implications for students’ personal and professional lives. Student success has an immediate influence on a student’s self-esteem, persistence in elected majors, and perseverance in higher education. Success in early semesters at… View Article

About Yourself

Q: Describe briefly your current job/most recent job responsibilities. State the knowledge and skills you have acquired from this experience A: My recent job assignment was in Testing domain of TAPAS Vodafone UK project. We have to test the codes of the development team to validate if the business and functional requirements are met. Our… View Article

Should Schools Start Later

Do you hate waking up early in the morning to go to school? I know I do. Especially on cold mornings when all you want to do is stay in your warm and cozy bed. However, schools’ schedules force us to wake up really early and be prepared to learn. Most students regularly wake up… View Article

Examining Disadvantages of U.S. High School System

In light of a lot of controversial issues over education matters, different people take different sides and give out individual opinions. There is a common belief that good education would provide a country with a lot of benefits such as more promising economic growth and higher living standards. As the global economic recession is taken… View Article

Dumbing us down: Weapons of Mass Destruction

In the article “Dumbing us down: Weapons of Mass Destruction” John Taylor Gatto explains how today’s education system needs to be changed to focusing more on children’s interests instead of an institutionalized curriculum. He wants to revolutionize the school system to something similar to his education in a small town called Monongahela, Pennsylvania. When he… View Article

Plyler v Doe

When state and local governments try to pass restrictions for education based on legality of the student they are, for the most part, brought to a halt by the court system. The courts cite Plyler v Doe, but why? What does Plyler v Doe do for undocumented students? Before 1982, the year when Plyler v… View Article

Should College Athletes Be Paid?

Should college athletes be paid? Some people think they should, here are some reasons why some think that college athletes should be paid. First, paying athletes would put an end to black market in paying players by giving them special luxuries for college. Next, paying athletes give an incentive to stay and finish their schooling… View Article