Therefore, the purpose and principals must be maintained for success (Wilson, p. 16).
There are also many democratic views that have much influence on the culture of successful schools. Parents must also be involved with the students and teachers in major decisions for progress to be made. Some parents are even invited to serve on the school decision making groups. Preparing the students for the world of democracy must be taken very seriously. Developing educational caring relationships within the educational establishments also creates a much healthier learning environment. Respect and responsibility are critical for establishing these kinds of relationships. Once a more personal relationship is created with the students and faculty, the learning process is always more understandable (Dorczak, p. 47).
Many high schools have also been funded by organizations promoting better culture. These were just small contributions, but eventually led to much larger amounts of funding as a result of the success initiating culture the schools has for everyone. Even the large colleges were taking part in promoting better relationships in the classrooms and campuses.
However, the relationships must also extend to the communities outside of the schools. Helping the communities in ways which are acceptable to the surrounding areas will create a positive image for the schools. Activities such as lending help with work tasks, aiding the elderly, homeless or disabled, and joining organizations which also pre-form many community helping events are all good ideas to improve the neighborhoods.
A positive environment for learning is also created with culture, and creates a passion that makes individuals want to share their knowledge with friends and family. When this passion is created it can be released in many healthy ways such as simple ...Show more