Unemployment solutions exist, but they aren’t always what you want them to be. Many recent college grads find themselves unemployed, at least in the disciplines they studied. I was devastated to lose my work as a tenured teacher and crisis counsellor owing to the economic downturn. At least in my mind, I had done what I was supposed to have done in terms of education and career advancement.
However, the world has changed, and it is only through change that this sinking ship may be righted.
Most of the stimulus funds have been spent, and some are describing the situation as a true crisis. And there is no doubt that we are dealing with a crisis.
Given how far behind other industrialised countries’ educational systems the United States has fallen, it’s hard to see how it will ever catch up. The educational system needs to be fixed, so why not make a huge shift and do so? Some are pushing for a multi-billion dollar rescue of the educational system. These proponents, on the other hand, acknowledge that this is merely a “Band-Aid” solution that will necessitate even more funding the following year.
President Obama’s interest in educational reform and the desire to make broadband internet the communication standard in the United States are two ideas that I find interesting. Over the past nine years, I’ve worked with students from a wide range of backgrounds, and my opinion is that pupils need more education rather than less, as is advocated by reducing the length of school year, week, and day length. In order for our children to be competitive, we need to provide them with an exceptional education that prepares them for the real world.
Computers are a part of everyday life. Computer literacy has recently been recognised as one of the emerging literacies. The least we can do is design a revolutionary strategy that will be more self-sustaining if we are going to add to the deficit. Purchase computers for people who can’t afford them, and make wireless broadband the new means of communication open to everyone. It’s then possible to employ this new communication and technical infrastructure to teach children at home.
With teachers no longer having to drive, these early electric cars with a restricted range will appear better and better. Obviously, As a result, there should be less need for oil. A good side effect of this is that families would be accountable for helping their children plan their schedules so that they may complete their work and projects..
Teachers’ salaries will be reduced, which is a controversial aspect of my proposal. Teachers and other workers would be relieved of their unemployment as a result of this method, which would also save a significant amount of money. One of the best ways to improve our educational system for the benefit of all kids would be to consider making a radical but sensible change.