The Need for a National Curriculum in Public Education
The Need for a National Curriculum is great. A National curriculum would set what each school would teach for each class, and it would put students more on the same bar as everyone else, regardless of the grade of school they went to. Every kid in the United States should be at the same point of education when they reach College, this would simplify college and erase the problem of "Do my students know this already?" Or "Do they have no clue what I'm talking about?" Many essays are written on educational hardships or the separation of students by how much they know, but with a National Curriculum these would have been solved, and the writers wouldn't have had to struggle to get back to par with standards, as shown in the anthology Rereading America.
As shown in Mike Rose's essay "I just want to be average," if there was a National Curriculum, he would not have had a problem with his test scores being mixed up, because every student would have learn the same curriculum in each class. …
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