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Roses thesis states that Students will float to the mark you set Vocational education has aimed at increasing the economic opportunities of students who do not do well in our schools Some serious programs succeed in doing that and through exceptional teachers - like Mr Gross in Horaces Compromise - students learn to develop hypotheses and trouble shoot reason through a problem and communicate effectively - the true job skills The vocational track however is most often a place for those who are just not making it a dumping ground for the disaffected Rose attempts to persuade his readers by showing how dysfunctional the vocational students are and how mediocre or unchallenging their studies are He also persuades the readers by exemplifying the instructors poor attempts to care about the quality of learning the vocational education students are receiving His argument is that the instructors are not inventive in their teaching methods and do not work hard at education through use of their imaginations The teachers have no idea of how to engage the imaginations of kids who were at the bottom of the pond I agree with Roses point stating that Youre defined by your school as slow youre placed in a curriculum that isnt designed to liberate you but to occupy you or if youre lucky train you though the training is for work the society does not esteem This seems to be the norm at all schools But I think at all levels be it high school or college the instructors teaching these types of programs should be trained to use more imaginative methods of teaching the vocational level students Obviously these students each learn at a different pace but their minds still need to be challenged They should receive education that stimulates their minds so they do not lose interest The vocational education system is used as simply as Rose put it
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