Which is ridiculous and is why so many people end up in low paying jobs. Like I don't want to live paycheck to paycheck for the rest of my life. It's bad enough I'm gonna be paying back student loans for an eternity.
And if I don't feel like it's necessary to do homework on something I already understand, then I shouldn't have my grade lowered for it cause like you said, you need damn good grades for most high-paying jobs
@👑MirandaKnowsWhat'sUp👑 there are soooo many smart kids that I know who don't get good grades but are super intelligent. And it sucks because they won't get a high paying job: all because of meaningless grades
Intelligent person gets bad grades ---> goes to meh college ---> doesn't have the proper knowledge/teaching to do anything with their intelligence to help the world or have any kind of power/authority
LEARNING, (exept stupid math things I only study because I want a good grade on useless stuff 😂) if you get a b it's still a passing grade! Just be glad you aren't that one who gets an f on the easiest test ever!
@👑MirandaKnowsWhat'sUp👑 I guess better grades, because it's the only way you can go to university and get a good job. I mean who would care if you knew a lot, but almost fail at school, because in the end all that matters is if you get a good job.
Learning is so beautiful. I could care less about my grades. Schools have their priorities all messed up. Everything is for a big test. I bet schools in poor countries are much better, despite having less things. Teachers WANT to teach and kids WANT to learn.
By myself. I find that I am a greater teacher than anyone. Not for others but for me, because I know what works and how I can challenge myself and how to improve in certain areas. You see? Tisk. And now here is the PARCC.
I think... Instead of taking a test, students should give a presentation on all they have learned the entire year and be graded that way. Or have it every month. That would be a fantastic way for a teacher to see where they may have gone wrong in certain areas. That way they can improve together.