Step 1 of 4 25% For years America’s leaders have been telling us how education in America has been declining and a vast majority of our children, specifically in K – 12 have been suffering because of it.As parents, grand-parents, and concerned citizens, we all need to understand what is happening and why. Why isn’t America the most educated nation in the world? This survey is intended to help us understand why this is happening.Q1. Which one of these options do you believe is the most significant cause for this decline?*FundingClass SizeTeachersNumber of Subjects Q2. What do you see as the major problem concerning funding in education’s decline?*Inadequate FundingFunding is adequate; however those Funds are Allocated inefficientlyFunding is adequate; however a significant amount of these Funds are Allocated for things that have nothing specifically to do with educationThe Amount of Subjects being taught in our schoolsQ2. What do you see as the major problem concerning class size in education’s decline?*Students do not get the help they needToo many disruptionsTeachers have more difficulty in controlling large classroomsIf there were fewer subjects, students may be able to concentrate more on their other more important subjectsQ2. What do you see as the major problem concerning teachers in educations decline?*Too many “unqualified” teachersTeachers that do not like kidsOverwhelmedThe amount of subjects they have to teachQ2. What do you feel are the least significant Subjects being taught in today’s education system?*Reading/WritingEnglishMathSocial Subjects Q3. So much of the money earmarked for education funding spent on resources having little to do with actual education. Unfortunately, it has more to do with social behaviors such as; multi-culturalism, sex education, global warming, drug prevention as well as an excess of other behaviors that should be considered a parental responsibility. With that said:What do you feel are the least significant Subjects being taught in today’s education system?*Reading/WritingEnglishMathSocial SubjectsQ3. Classrooms today have an excess of management problems; however, “class size” is not the cause of the dilemma, disruptions are. Many of those disruptions could be alleviated by removing the student from the classroom and forcing the parents and administration to contend with the student and their issue. Another factor liable for disruptions might be the significant number of subjects being taught that students are required to contend with. Especially in the early years, K – 6, children need to learn the proper way to read; the proper way to write; learn their addition and multiplication tables; learn how America began, the sacrifices our founders made and why they made them. With that said:What do you feel are the least significant Subjects being taught in today’s education system?*Reading/WritingEnglishMathSocial SubjectsQ3. Teachers today are required to deal with an over-abundance of problems they did not have to contend with years ago. They are unfairly expected to deal with major discipline problems; students who were deceitfully passed on; disrespectful attitudes; language barriers’; and many other plights. In addition, they are expected to be experts on a multitude of subjects having little or nothing to do with education, but more to do with parental duties. With that said:What do you feel are the least significant Subjects being taught in today’s education system?*Reading/WritingEnglishMathSocial SubjectsEducation of our youth is as critical and as important as a strong defense, low unemployment, better pay, or anything else that defines America as a strong nation. Voters, parents, community leaders, all, must invest time and energy into making a strong and viable education a key component of what makes America great! Thank you for your participation is this important poll about education in America. Once we get a “statistically significant” response to this poll, we will publish the results here for you to see. In the meantime, if you would like additional information and would like to get updates, please complete the attached to become a part of the process to make America’s education system the best in the world. It starts with one person, and that one person is you! Thank you! Name* First Last Email* PhoneAddress* Street Address City ZIP Code CommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.