Letter to President

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Submitted By kellea2
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Abby Keller

28 de Marzo 2012

President Barak Obama
The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW

Washington, DC 20500

Estimado señor Obama,

Me gustaría empezar felicitando a usted en sus esfuerzos en estos tiempos difíciles. Nuestro país está pasando por muchos momentos difíciles y que tomó un trabajo muy difícil. A pesar de muchos otros problemas que enfrenta nuestro país, hay uno que creo que necesita más atención: la educación. Este es un gran problema que tiene muchos lados. Me gustaría presentar mis sugerencias y opiniones desde la perspectiva de un estudiante que ha pasado por el sistema de educación pública.
Primero, es una lastima que nos falten profesores apasionados. Los maestros en este país son infravalorados y mal pagados. Creo que muchas personas en nuestro clima político actual subestimar el poder de los educadores. Es importante que estas personas que están dando forma a nuestras futuras generaciones reciban un pago adecuado. Tambien, creo que el precio de la universidad es demasiado cara. Es malo que muchos estudiantes se gradúan con una deuda abrumadora. Creo que la universidad es muy importante, pero creo que la universidad es un privilegio, no un derecho. La universidad no es para todos. Creo que muchos estudiantes se les dice que tienen que ir a la universidad con el fin de sobrevivir en el mundo. Esto se está convirtiendo la universidad en un negocio en lugar de una institución de aprendizaje. Creo que este es un factor que contribuye a los altos precios. Demasiados estudiantes pasar por sus clases sin absorber ni una sola cosa. Sólo para obtener un título. Es importante que anime a los oficios como fontanería, soldadura y otras cosas. También creo que los maestros permanentes aún debe ser monitoreado. No sé mucho sobre este tema o sobre los beneficios de los maestros titulares, pero creo que a lo largo de mi…...

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