오바마가 한국언급한기사 보고나서 내가 했던생각과 미국인이 생각한것과 같다니 신기해서 포스팅!ㅎ_ㅎ
Korea's kids just like ours, 100 years ago
Mitch Albom이 쓴글중 일부
South Koreans treat school like a full-time job plus a full-time marriage. They put in day hours and night hours, followed by weekend hours. It is not uncommon to see children in school uniforms walking home late at night. It is not uncommon to see them studying through weekends. There is private English education on top of the public education. Families split apart to improve a child's training. You hear stories about schooling that runs from sunrise past sunset, with breakfast, lunch and dinner being served in the building.
All of which suggests that Obama was a bit naive to think an extra month in school is going to put our kids on par with the high-scoring South Koreans. Their success runs much deeper than that. Their issues do, too.
Our kids laugh more, play more sports, express themselves more openly. The kids here are serious beyond compare, and they are driven to succeed. I'm not sure which system I'd prefer, but I know they are apples and oranges, and the length of a school year is only a tiny difference. It may take a village to raise a child. But it takes a country to educate one.
|그루폰 영업사원 대량 이탈중 (0)||2012.08.13|
|'Vogue' Bans Skinny Models (0)||2012.05.07|
|오바마의 한국언급 (0)||2012.03.28|
|No news is bad news, Three broadcasters to stage joint strike (1)||2012.03.10|
|Why Do Smart Men Date Less Intelligent Women? (0)||2012.03.10|
|5 Koreans released in Philippines on ransom (0)||2012.02.22|