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Is the American Education System Failing Us?

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The US education system, born from a noble intention, is increasingly scrutinized for possible deviance from its primary objective. Concerns arise about its priorities, focusing on teachers’ unions’ interests rather than student needs. The shift towards cultural education may neglect essential life skills. Deep-rooted issues, such as neglect, lack of oversight, and refusal to implement research-backed initiatives demand attention and reform. A collective effort towards fostering critical thinking and practical skills, ensuring accountability and oversight, is essential for a revitalized education system.

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