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Critical Summary and Evaluation
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Student’s Name Course Instructor’s Name Date Summary In the article What Is College For?, Gary Gutting is attempting to point out that the education system of the United States has become so much eroded that it has now become necessary for students to go to college in order to attain jobs.
Moreover, he believes that the education system needs to be reformed to such an extent that only the best students can be attracted to become teachers, especially in high school and middle school. This will encourage students to learn and excel in their academics, because they will be taught by people who know what is best for them. He observes that this is not the current case in most schools because most of those who are assigned as teachers are the ones who used to perform poorly in class. This, in Gutting’s opinion, is one of the reasons why there is so little motivation among students to perform in their academics; these students are not even focused on what they want to do in life, instead concentrating on irrelevant things. The same case seems to apply to those who teach them because they have no new knowledge to provide students. Since the teachers themselves were not strong performers in class, they do not concentrate on building the intellectual capabilities of their students. It can therefore, be said that more incentives should be provided to those teachers who are highly educated, so that they can comfortably be able to teach high school, hence do away with the need for students to go to college. ...
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