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Although schools in New York State are considered the best in the country to get an education in there are still things that need to be reformed in these schools Most students at some point in their school career dont feel completely satisfied with their education quality and learning experience In New York particularly in my hometown high school in Jamestown students feel that there are too many students in the classes and not enough hands on work I know from experience that classes can get extremely boring sometimes if Im not kept occupied When students find class boring they fall asleep act disrupting or skip the class There are some reasons that could cause problems like this in the classroom The high population density in some parts of New York State and undersupply of teachers causes the class sizes to be large Lack of funding may contribute to lack of hands on experience and field trips for high school level schools and below This may also cause schools and equipment to be in need of repair The funding of schools depends in part on the value of the property around the school area The higher the value of property the more taxes paid by the owner of the property thus more funding to nearby school districts By no stretch of the imagination can these problems take all of the blame for the lack of performance by the students The students cant get off that easy Some students have lack of motivation and laziness which many are seniors in high school If classes were made more interesting then maybe students would be more willing to work hard and maybe their parents would step in and get them on the right track If schools students and parents work together to improve the quality of education that students are receiving then students will have an easier time getting the education that they deserve To
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