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Controversial Issues in Public Education Today there are never ending controversies about the education that our students are receiving There are continual questions concerning intelligence and how intelligence is measured and valued in our school systems There are a number of issues in regards to academic success and how academic success is emphasized in our schools and society Finally the challenge of standardization in the public schools is a never-ending debate Together these three topics create unanswered questions and hours of examination I would like to offer you the idea that these topics are interrelated and tend to lead in to each other In the following paper I hope to illustrate the relationship between intelligence academic success and standardization and I also hope to develop a clear understanding of each topic as an individual concept What is intelligence Is intelligence really a definable word or is it just a word with numerous definitions and meanings Is intelligence a fair way to measure the ability of students and to eventually use your perception of a childs intelligence to determine their future Is intelligence measurable and if so is there a fair way to measure intelligence These questions are often left unanswered and untouched Maybe because people really dont know or maybe because these questions taunt a number of people yet no one wants to hear the answers for fear that it may be unfair or unjust In the following paragraphs I will attempt to answer the following questions to the best of my ability So what is intelligence After careful thought and examination I came up with my own view of what I believe intelligence can be defined as Intelligence is the ability to learn from experience the ability to reason the ability to use the correct tools to expand your knowledge having the ability to think possessing the ability to participate in and understand relationships to have intuition
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