Science teachers need better funding
Being a graduate of Superior High School and going through the public school system here in Superior I thoroughly enjoyed myself.
Each teacher gets around $250 for the five classes they teach, which adds up to about $2 per student. It is hard for the teachers to work with so little, especially when they know so much, and they think about all the amazing things they could show their students.
My AP chemistry, AP physics and my anatomy and physiology teachers did so much with the bare minimum and yet still put on such a great class and inspired students to do great things.
Just think about how much better the classes could be if we simply put a little bit more funding into those programs.
Bethel University student,
St. Paul, Minn.