New Poll: How Do You Feel About the Level Of Education The School Provides Your Child

I will be starting a monthly poll to engage the readers of this blog and start some discussion. Feel free to comment on this topic. I’m sure many of you have a lot to say. At the end of the month, I’ll share and discuss results in a blog post. I’m curious to see how the readers of this blog feel about your own schools. You can find the poll in the sidebar. Thanks for participating!

4 Responses to “New Poll: How Do You Feel About the Level Of Education The School Provides Your Child”

  1. Meg says:

    Hello, blog author! I have stumbled upon your blog and, reading the first blog post and polling about how uncomfortable I am with our school system these days, I decided to leave a comment. 🙂

    I am extremely uncomfortable with the way our school system handles certain issues with children that may arise, ranging from Severe violence (bullying, harassment, etc.) to simple things such as a child who may just not fit in or “puzzle piece” with others. I was a “non corforming puzzle piece” child whose parents had no money in highschool. I missed out on many oppertunities because teachers didn’t try, or they chose the child whose parents made the most valuable monetary donation.

    As a college student, teacher, and childcare provider myself I am homeschooling my children before the government abolishes it. No offense to teachers and schools, I just think I can do a better job. Anyone with the resources, and determination to homeschool should do so, in my opinion.

  2. colts115 says:

    Hello! I am a school counselor and stumbled upon your blog and now I am a follower! I live in Indiana and I love my job. Your website has a wealth of information that I can pull from with a click of my mouse. Thank you for investing the time to manage it.
    My blog is http://www.ilovebeingaschoolcounselor.blogspot.com if you’d like to see what I just recently started.
    Sharren

  3. With nation wide cutbacks in school funding it’s going to get worse before it gets better, unfortunately. Prospects for gifted programs and testing opportunities are limited in my state. I have more on this on my blog at: http://www.tampaflpsychologist.com/

  4. I’ll join this blog. I’ll wait for further post.