The United States has many conflicts, one of them is funding on public education. Despite the fact that funding on public education will not help students succeed academically with the money provided to the schools, every school deserves to get as much money because students will receive more proper education and will be more successful students in the future.
Funding on public education will help students get the updated devices that will help them comprehend. An example would be “...Technology makes a difference in improving test scores and helping students reach performance goals. Technology also engages students in learning; improves attendance, decreases dropout rates, increases graduation rates and facilitates parent involvement.” (http://www.edtechactionnetwork.org) Students will be able to be more active and intelligent. “Today’s students must learn more than the basics to be prepared for life. Using technology, students develop learning skills, such as thinking and problem-solving skills, information and communication skills, and interpersonal and self-directional skills.” (http://www.edtechactionnetwork.org) Students will get the experience to be able to understand technology and know how to use properly.
Even though schools receive a lot of money, not all of the money goes to education part of it goes to sports as well. “Sports are a big deal here,” (Jenny). In public education academics are not the only thing that is big that are cared about. “Jenny finds it refreshing to attend a school that is about so much more than academics.” (http://www.theatlantic.com). She learns that some schools have more than books and enjoys having activities. “American kids expect to participate in school sports as a kind of rite of passage. “We don’t get these years back,” she told me. “I’m never going to get the experience of cheering as captain under the lights.”
The most important reason about funding on public education is...