Developmental Education

Developmental Education

This generation is dead or are they just dying! They are screaming to be heard, but their cries fall a pone deaths ear. Their tears are constantly flowing; however no one gives a damn! It seems as if education is no longer a priority. Where have the morals gone? Are they no longer being taught? If so why? Have teachers and administrators allowed the quality of education to slip through the cracks? Does education have hope? Because educators have become concern with students’ prior preparation for college, the quality of developmental education has raised a debate.
Why do teachers not practice what they preach and teach pupils education is the ultimate means to succeed? Because students are untrained for college level work, they are often left failing courses. Most institutes do not take education seriously; therefore, students are being called less able. Studies have proven more than forty percent of freshman students entering college have to take remedial classes “It appears that we are drowning in data and yet starving for meaningful knowledge,"said Arendale. Many educators fail to realize technology such as computers, cannot teach pupils what is necessary to excel. Once, we as a society stop relying on the technology, than the importance of education will be valued. Developmental education is a second chance for unprepared student to improve deficient skills in a specific subject. Therefore, developmental education is necessary in higher learning institutes.
Developmental education is essential, because the curriculum is design to provide pupils with knowledge needed to progress in specific courses.
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3 Responses Jul 21, 2010

I know it's going to be great :-D

okay i see what you ar etalking abou tbut professor told me to have a hook you know like something to keep the reader interested .. its a introductory paragraph with two supporting tha a conclucion .. you get what im saying ? im take your advice your always so helpfull... illlet you see when im done

You've got a lot of good emotional questions, and I see answers...but I have a hard time matching them up. Would the essay flow a bit better if you started each paragraph with a question, followed with relevant details, and closed with a sentence that resolved the leading question. You've got all the sentences already, it would just be some cut-n-paste rearranging. What do you think?