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When your child enters school a new institution enters your family. The school influences your family life, your child's life, and his or her sense of well-being. Often this is a positive influence - new experiences, new friends, pride in learning. However, for most parents there comes a time when you need to schedule a talk with the teacher.

There has been so much clamoring recently over reform in the education system that it makes my head spin trying to take in the entire conversation and try to understand what exactly is being said. Let me break down from the perspective of a classroom teacher what education reform looks like.

If we were to follow Plato, education plays a fundamental role in the construction of a good society. Education helps individual to discover one's self, one's nature and identity that is necessary to be able for one to appropriately participate and do his part properly to maintain harmony in a society. Every individual is born unique.

Education is empowerment in many ways. It has the power to eradicate ignorance, poverty, and make individuals become independent because of their career choices. In life's supermarket, we are encouraged to take education seriously because it affords us to be self-reliant.

Walk into just about any classroom and you will find one: A dark green board on the wall, lined with pieces of chalk and felt erasers. Chalkboards, also commonly known as blackboards, have long been a part of daily classroom life, but just what is the history of the chalkboard?

Studies show that statistically there are more African American students in special education than there are in regular classrooms. The typical child in a special education is a black male child. African Americans make up 13 percent of the U.S. population and almost 50% of prisoners in the U.S. penile system. There is a direct relationship between a person’s life opportunities and level and quality of education.