There is currently only one name that can be seen in the headlines of all news portals around the world. We are still able to observe ongoing discussions in the network on how the results of the elections will be put into the American society
Who exactly is the new president of the United States?
Donald Trump is a billionaire businessman, billionaire building magnate and owner of a large hotel chain and casino. He is also the author of a large number of books on business and self-development
Trump had a chance to become president since the 1980s, but he was unable to determine his political views. By 2009, he had finally found himself in politics and had joined the Republican Party. Donald was promoted to the presidential election in 2011, but the businessman said he was not ready to leave the private sector
June 16, 2015 Trump has changed his mind and announced his fight for the presidency. Trump's presidential campaign was fully designed: the first thing he visited in New Hampshire was traditionally thought to be a Republican stronghold, and then Nevada and the California tour-these states had previously received a solid financial merger from Donald. Trump has also repeatedly held rallies in his support for the amusation of the electorate
The main messages of the Trump campaign were focused on the following areas of American society: immigration, health, economy, and domestic politics. But what does he think of American education?
Current issues to be run:
Trump promises to make some changes that he believes will improve the educational system. It will be:
School observers-Good or bad?
Donald Trump has confirmed his school voucher plan for $20 billion. Many low-income families will be able to receive enough money to educate their children rather than publicly, but in private, to extract profits, a virtual or a religious school, to choose from them.
On the other hand, excessive
In addition, students enrolled in private schools because of vouchers show a lower rate of promotion than students who continue to study in public schools. LEAP annual testing indicates that these students received less than 40%, while the average is 69%. It is worth noting that not every private school is delighted with the voucher-statistics show that commercial schools are losing popularity among people who can pay for their tuition without any voucher
Education secretary with no experience in education
The lack of transparency of these complaints shows that it is fully involved in programmes to support private schools. Does this mean that public schools will remain in it? We'll see
Opposite Trump's comments in the education department and general basic education
"Education should be done locally," Trump said. Common Core, No Child Left Behind and Race to the Top, all programs that make decisions from parents and local school boards. " He believed that both the Department of Education and the common core module should be eliminated. The new president is going to hand over the administration to the local authorities. According to him, it is now up to Washington to decide which disciplines should study, and this is a real problem
Donald Trump is in favor of comprehensive training instead of limiting the topics. In his view, the study of a small number of elements was a success, not a deepening in one field of science. However, the student must not forget about the main specialization
Security and lack of knowledge about the root
The President takes care of the safety of schools and offers to learn citizenship. This means that education should motivate students to complete their schooling and obtain better results. The school must be the place where the children learn, not just the study
In addition, he noted that the people of the United States have a small amount of information about their origin. He gave an example of his trip to Scotland, where he spoke about new things about his Scottish ancestry. Trump has discovered that these discoveries are also beneficial to business. It is possible that the President would like to strengthen American history as a school subject
Donald Trump seems unpredictable, so no one knows how things are going. In general, we will wait for the development of the school voucher system and the expansion of opportunities for commercial and private religious schools. The appointment of betsy DeVos will contribute to this. In addition, important changes will concern the education department and the Common Core, who do not like Trump