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Most Americans Are Dissatisfied with K-12 Education – Brospar Daily News

by Reagan Rees

A majority of Americans are dissatisfied with the current K-12 education system, according to a poll released Thursday.

About a quarter of Americans say they are ‘completely dissatisfied’ with education in the US, while 32% are ‘somewhat dissatisfied’, poll finds Gallup poll. Only 9% say they are “entirely satisfied” with the education system.

The main reasons for dissatisfaction with the education system are Classes In particular, the polls show “poor quality of lessons/obsolete”, “poor quality of teaching/more than in other countries” and “lack of basic teaching/reading/writing/numeracy”. About 28% of Americans are primarily concerned about insufficient school resources and 17% have “political concerns” about the classroom.

The poll shows the curriculum issue is a bipartisan concern, with 58% of Republicans and 52% of Democrats saying it’s their top concern. Republican confidence in K-12 education has fallen 19% since 2020.

However, parents are satisfied with the education of their eldest, since 80% of them said they were “completely or somewhat satisfied” with their education, according to the survey. Only 6% say they are “completely dissatisfied”.

In 2019, 51% of Americans were satisfied with the education system, close to the highest level ever recorded in a Gallup poll.

Gallup randomly surveyed 1,006 adults over the age of 18 in all 50 states with a 4% margin of error and 95% confidence. Of those surveyed, 206 had children in the K-12 education system.

Americans also lack confidence in the K-12 education system, with 28% of Americans saying they were “very or very confident” in the system in a July Gallup poll. To display.

Gallup did not immediately respond to a request for comment from the Daily Caller News Foundation.

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Reagan Reese is a reporter for the Daily Caller News Foundation.
Photo “Biology lesson” by Tima Miroshnichenko.


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