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Two Systems into One In the past twenty years the United States school system has been accumulating quite a bit of criticism Evidence shows that the United States has been lagging exponentially compared to almost all the industrialized countries This specifically refers to Asian countries that are statistically blowing the US out of the water Recent survey results in the universal subject of math show us that the US eighth graders have fallen behind while the twelfth grade level showed only slight improvement appositive This means that the US students are barely floating above water where as Asian students have built some sort of super boat appositive Yet we all recognize that not any one device is perfect and are usually leaking water in the most unnoticeable spot Before one realizes the problem the boat is sinking We would potentially look at these education systems as extremes of each other Each education system being on the different side of the spectrum Both systems having faults and advantages Taking the positive aspects from both sides and merging them together a harmonious education system could be established verb phrase The article Japans School System tells us that in an Asian classroom students will feel an incredible amount of pressure starting from grade school and up while US teachers are too afraid to raise the bar because of potential discouragement of the student We examine evidence from the article Strengths weaknesses and lessons of Japanese education A negative of the Asian school system is the conformity that must be upheld This achieves better education because it becomes the thing to do When everybody is on the same curriculum there is no other choice but to follow the herd While conformity creates better math students it demises the aspect of creativity and individuality The boat may float but not posses any inspiration or differentiation from the others The US places a much bigger emphasis on
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