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Distribution of answers submitted by Illinois voters.
Yes, I support a national base standard but allow states and local districts to customize their implementation
Yes, national standards will help improve our national average and better prepare students for college
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Yes, I believe there should be a common standard, but I urge the education community to re-emphasize civics and social studies to continue a healthy democracy. 7 years ago from a Green in Taylorville, IL
No, individualized education plans should be in place for all students. There should be schools, like in Finland, that are scholastic not sport centered. We need to build a respect for teachers because we learn best from those we respect...in general. 7 years ago from a Republican in Plainfield, IL
Every educational institution should consider using a "tracking system" of 1, 2, and 3 followed by a remedial (special education) classes. This allows students in advanced stages of learning to have a more rigid and accelerated learning curriculum - NOT HONORS! It also allows those students who have a bit of a problem of learning the normal way (comprehension, color-blindness, logic problems) the opportunity to NOT be placed in Special Needs education, but in a slowly-presented curriculum. Those that are normal learners, but do not accel at studies, whether they not retain information, perhaps not understand material, or need something in-between Track 1 and Track 3.
Obviously, students with special needs would be in the Special Education curriculum so they get more of an individual relationship with their educators.
All tracks are assigned per class for each student. Allow the student to challenge him/her-self by selecting a track ahead for a year and, with them, check their end-of-year progress to determine whether or not they want to continue the challenge each year. 7 years ago from a Republican in Frankfort, IL
My daughter is a teacher in elementary school. in those years, the lack of parental involvement makes it difficult to teach children whose parents don't value school, don't make them do their job (which is homework and studying). Until you can... 7 years ago from a Republican in Oak Forest, IL
I think we have reached a point were all children could be taught at home in a class setting with the tech we already have. 7 years ago from a Green in Shorewood, IL
And some thought "no child left behind act" was a good idea, what the hey no where else in the world are countries required to teach in a language other than their native language, it's costing me a small fortune ie 50% of property tax goes... 7 years ago from a Libertarian in Streamwood, IL