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Why do people say that the American education system is broken?

“Broken” would imply at one point it was perfect and now it isn’t, so no, it’s not broken, it’s in many ways what it’s always been: A “doing the best we can” solution for something we can (mostly) all agree is of vital importance to the future success of the nation and its people. And I think in many ways the system has improved with time, though there are some acute policy failures that could be plausibly fixed within the current system.What I will say though is that the current system is adrift in vision. This has been true for a long time, but it’s also more universally acknowledged now I think than it was a decade ago.(A decade ago there were major pushes to improve schools through testable standards and data-based incentives. While that still exists, the fact that Common Core has faced such a backlash has really killed some of the momentum on that front. This is ironic for me because I actually think the new standards (Common Core and the ones that affect me NGSS) have some quite good features to them, but I think it’s good if people stop thinking that all we need is the right set of standards and the school system will get “fixed”.)The current k12 system is essentially a pre-college factory, and this isn’t something that wasn’t purely a choice by the educational system as it was pushed by a worldview American society embraced when started seeing college as “the best education” and then started making making it mandatory for jobs that really don’t need it.That worldview makes it an affront for k12 to track students toward specific skill-based vocations because you’re saying they don’t deserve “the best”. That means an educational system wherein students are being forced to learn abstract things they don’t see meaning in, and then are made to feel the sting of failure if they struggle at it. And so they disengage. They stop trying. They get angry. They start acting out. Just as we should expect them to do, especially when the demon of puberty hits.Of course I’d be remiss if I don’t point out two other things about this:Good vocational training is often quite expensive. It’s a lot cheaper to teach Algebra II or AP Whatever than it is to effectively operate, teach, and the equipment you need for an auto shop.So long as the big-money jobs require a college education, there’s a kernel of truth in the idea that encouraging students toward vocational training is limiting their possibilities.We’re starting to see a push toward what’s being called “CTE” for Career and Technical Education. This is a push in the right direction, but CTE as is is designed to fit into our current k12 system. The reality is that we need the current k12 system - mainly secondary school education - to be rebuild along CTE lines.It will take a tremendous amount of will to make that happen. Much more than we have right now. The reaction against Common Core was so severe, and that was a very minor change that didn’t even fundamentally shift teacher roles. We’re not going to be ready for the scale of changes we need to make until the problems with the current system become tangible enough for people to easily understand, and that could take a very long time.

How was your life as an engineering student at BITS?

I am a BITS student from the Goa campus in the B.E. Computer Science branch. While my experience is not necessarily reflective of the average student at BITS, I will still share it to give you some idea:Academics: Most BITSians are pretty chill about academics except a few “ghots” who are all about studies 24x7, BITS even has a 0% attendance policy when it comes to lectures so you can exploit it very well to explore and build your other interests without worrying about not being able to give final semester exams because of low attendance or something. Also, you need to make sure you are submitting all your assignments, tutorials, and labs on time because otherwise your grading will suffer and you start preparing for both the yearly and half-yearly exams 7–10 days in advance and you can score relatively well. In terms of course work itself, the core courses are great and in-depth with really thought-provoking lab components, but apart from this, if you know faculty members you can do official project courses under them which are very well graded normally and of great value to your resume, any particular topic that you would love to explore but the college does not offer, worry not just find a teacher who specializes in that topic and get a reading course from them which is customized to your mutual interests. In short, BITS has a very customizable degree plan that I loved. However, some proactive involvement on your part to utilize well is required. However, the Goa campus is not very good at grading so keep that in mind.Practice School: This is one of the unique selling points of a BITS education where you get a chance to do internships in reputable companies. This makes your resume much stronger compared to an average engineering student in India when sitting for placements off-campus or applying abroad for MBA/professional masters programs. This also allows you to bag an easy job offer at companies that would normally have very exhaustive interview procedures. Disclaimer: Practice School allotment is based purely on CG and branch, so a CG of 7.5+ in CS and 8+ in other branches is advised.Extra-Curricular: So, not a lot of people know this but BITS has some of the best technical like Developer Society, AlgoManiax and CTE, cultural like Srutilaya, and performing clubs like LDC, Kala, Mime, Dance, Fashion Parade and so on that you would not have seen before. Also, there are a lot of departments that are solely responsible for organizing college festivals and specialize in singular aspects of them like Marketing, Sponsorship, Controls, Backstage, Finance&Management and so on. There are other small societies like SAiDl and chapters like IEEE and TedX. Taking part in these extracurricular activities is essential and often very beneficial to your CV along with the skills you learn. I joined the Developer Society in BITS Goa as a fresher and worked my ass off there working on technical stuff and became the Chief Coordinator in my junior year. The learnings and opportunities - both technical and interpersonal that I came across, as a result, are irreplaceable in my opinion.On-Campus life:Mess and Hostel: Messes have really good and hygienic food. There are 3 messes on campus and after our first month, every month we had the option of choosing a different mess for variety, but I think you should stick to the one closest to your hostel so that to and fro time is minimum, especially in months when there are mid-term and full-term exams. All messes provide great breakfast, however, lunch is kinda boring and not very good 5 out of 7 days, and dinner is good 5 out of 7 days. One of the best messes in India for sure. Hostel rooms are single occupancy after the first year, which is great because you can be close to friends and still have your privacy. Also, you need not worry about having a shit roommate. In Goa, hostels do not have AC ofc, so it is recommended you get a pedestal fan to live March through May.People: BITS has some of the most talented and gifted people that I have come across thanks to a strict 0 reservation policy. The student body is really diverse, yet united on several fronts. People are generally very accessible, humble, and helpful in BITS. Obviously, very few people will go out of their way to help you but more often than not, help is available on request. The trick to doing well with people at BITS is to be respectful, inquisitive, and humble yourself. As long as you can ensure these things, everyone from your juniors to your batchmates and seniors will be of great help.Amenities: The campus has a great variety of eateries and you will not go hungry from 7:30 AM to 02:30 AM as you can chomp on dosas and paranthas from Food King, Shawarma from Ice and Spice, Ice Cream from Amul, Pastries from Monginis, Coffee and Sub sandwiches from CCD, Subway and French Fries from subspot, Egg Patties from Institute Cafetaria, Packed Snacks from Malaakars or a Full-blown meal from Red Chillies if you are feeling fancy. Feeling hungry late in the night? The messes double down as night canteens(NC) where food is cooked to order and can be parcelled for deep in the night. They serve very tasty and economical food in the NC, sometimes we even skipped meals just to eat at the NC later. Still not able to find food to your liking? Don’t worry Swiggy, Zomato, and Dominos deliver on campus. Electricity and Water are close to 24x7. 5GB/day institute Wifi. Very clean washrooms. There is a bank, stationery shops, computer labs, Mobile Repair Shop, Saloon, Multiple full-size sports establishments, indoor game rooms, Grocery Store, Fruit Vendors, and a common room in every hostel where you can get together to watch matches or play carrom, TT, foosball, badminton, and chess. As you can see, I did not write about the library in detail as I did not use it much XD.Goa: The weather on campus is amazing, always very moderate and rainy AF(umbrella compulsory zone) during the odd semesters. Normally the most famous party destination in India, Goa is known for its beaches and cheap booze that provide excellent entertainment venues during New Year, Christmas, and other Goa festivals. Some famous places to visit in my opinion Calangute, Baga, Colva, and Bogmalo(BITS Special) and also try out some restaurants such as Edwards Yard. And if you are feeling adventurous you can try snorkeling or join the on-campus trekking club. However, one thing of note is that the Taxi and Rental mafia in goa is very notorious, so keep good contacts with some taxi people that can give you discounts.Placements and Internships: See my answer here for more in detail, Priyesh Srivastava's answer to My son has scored 7.8 CG in the first year of BITS Pilani, and in their semester he scored 6.7. Will he be able to manage a better internship there?So all in all, BITS has a fast-paced life where there is room for enjoyment and a need for hard work but prioritization and long-term planning are key in order to stand out from the exceptional student crowd here. (and highly rewarding OFC) I had to restrain myself frankly each one of these points deserves to be an individual answer.Hopefully, this will help you in choosing BITS Goa as your undergraduate alma mater.Edit: Acha Laga toh daba dijiye upvote.

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