I know you may be thinking who is she to criticize the public school system? She's nobody. But that's my point exactly. We are raised to think that just because I'm young and haven't finished college and don't have a PhD, I'm nobody. I disagree. Sure, I may be biased, but my thoughts and opinions on education are perfectly valid, as they pertain to me. I happen to be an expert on my education. I don't claim to be the voice of every student, I'm just stating my personal opinions on the matter, something I encourage everyone to do: not only to know their opinions, but to let them be known. So I'm leading by example, hoping others follow suit. I hope this blog empowers you to ask yourself what does or doesn't work for you and why… What could be done to make it better?
In this blog, I ponder and discuss what could be done to improve education. Now that I've emerged into adulthood, I've discovered just how ill-prepared I am for life and how much my education has deprived me. Crying and whining about it isn't going to fix it, so instead I've got some hot-n-ready constructive criticism for the big guys issuing our education, whoever they are. Here are some classes that would have actually prepared me for my future.