Should students get paid to go to school?
- Students work hard every day
- it will give then a very good reson to do their work && to come to school
- && h3ll Yea
-the money we are pouring into schools we already have could be put to building schools for the other 6.53 billion people that dont have an education
Students should be paid because their parents pay to get into school, so why not get a little back. It is considered a child's profession to go to school. Almost all other professions are paid, so why shouldn't students. Plus, students work just as hard as teachers and teachers get paid. Sure you only have one teacher per class and they complain that they work more than you do. Yeah? Well students work just as…
That's an interesting question. I think no. Usually people get paid when they are providing a service. I think students go to school to receive a service, rather than to provide one, and therefore, they are the ones that should pay. Now, in an ideal learning environment, everyone learns together, and the students help each other learn... and in cases of peer tutors or students who really pitch in and help the school by doing…
No. Students should not be paid for good grades. The grade is the reinforcement of good work and by paying a student you are teaching them that they will get something for what they should all ready be doing. School is their job and the grades are what they earn. When they go to work for someone that person will not reward them for doing their job except with a pay check. It teaches the…
In my opinion, no-at least not until they reach the legal age to drop out, because at that point it's typically your decision to go to school and work. If so, you should be paid by your work ethic and how well you're doing, just like in the real world. But with our messed up economy, I don't believe ant federal or state governments would consider paying students to go to school.
absolutely not. I think education is one of the most valuable things in this lifetime. and with the way the world is today its surprising that you don't have to pay for your children to go to public school. anyway the answer to the question is no. And anyone who does think that you should re evaluate the value of education