From an early age most people are introduced the public education system where the process of expanding our minds commences. Around the beginning of my inauguration into school I was told that I could be whatever I want to be but that isn’t always the case. Requirements of school do not let student select what they prefer to study for their future. It’s a massive issue to pressure student study specific curriculums, which don’t help them improve, and what they like to create something. Educators choose a common system for education to all students which based on familiar knowledge. Intelligent or genius students have to be in that system of education, which doesn’t let them enhance their creativity. Educators try to change that system to make it better, but their changing was once not that outstanding to be an example for the world.
There are many issues presently facing our public education system: teacher retention, teacher salary, per-pupil spending, class size, high-stakes testing, partisan faculty board elections, and the diversion of public faculty funding to charter schools are simply a few of the hot-button issues that we currently face. However, because of my comfort level making use of technology in the classroom that is the issue I choose to discuss.

Over time technology has begun to creep into many more elements of our lives than it ever has before. Unfortunately, as our dependency on technology persisted to develop our educational system failed to hold pace. As we watched test scores in the United States commence to fall in comparison to other countries around the world we decided something wanted to be done. As we seen the instructing strategies utilized around the world we also noticed just how far behind we were technology-wise. This lack of access to technology is particularly true in rural schools. Eventually, we decided to push for the inclusion of additional technology in the classroom and that selection has been nearly universally agreed upon as being a superb idea.