It will motivate kids to get better grades and pass their grade level. So my one question is, would you rather pay your kids for their good grades and they pass or would you want them to fail and keep your money for yourself? She found that kids who learned best were fluent in problem solving and the ability to communicate -- they knew how to think. I am an honor roll student I would be happy for a better reward than at a boy! Students that do poorly in school would do better and it will encourage them to study hard and get good grades. I guess it's a pretty twisted way of promoting your public program because if you ask that child who can't stand his home life how great the school is, of course they will praise it heavily, in comparison to what they know at home. If incentives for good grades can play a role in motivating learning then wherever possible, these cash for grades programs should be put into effect.
Maybe we should take away their money from work so that they understand that hard work should not go unpaid. That same institution is providing the behavior pattern that will be reinforced. If you're going to offer the kids money, that's fine. Some students that do not like school actually may start looking forward to it. The vast majority of people will not do something unless there's a tangible reward attached. Children will also learn responsibility and the value of money; rather than just begging Mom and Dad for all the toys and video games they want, they will work harder and save up for their next purchase. I guarantee that most kids will have higher grades and will do better in school if you actually give them something they want.
And parents would be very proud for their children. They would only need to pay a small amount. Investing in parent outreach and training benefits everyone involved. The students that have bad grades will try to have better grades. This will also most likely prevent them from doing or selling drugs which will keep them out of trouble and it will help them support their families so they are not ditching school for a job.
Thats why I think kids should get paid for good grades! Getting paid will make kids want to get good grades in school and they will want to go to school. Advanced classes are tough and the work load is a lot. Money is a reward because then the kids can go buy whatever they want with it video game, candy, etc. It's just a matter of having a huge number of equally qualified applicants after the same job. Those who say no, are god damn fucking idiots for saying we shouldn't earn money for good grades. A lot of kids just slack off and don't care about there grades.
Should students get paid for good grades? It would be easier for teachers to teach because the students would know that if they did not listen, they would not get any money. What do you want to teach your children? They would realize that if they didn't pay attention, they wouldn't get paid. The real payoff is the sense of achievement when you get a good grade, or down the road when you get into college and eventually a well paying job. Another reason why this might be beneficial is that students will be motivated to achieve good grades so that they can buy some cool merch they might wish to have. While there is some truth to this concern, the simple fact is that not everyone is a good student. Perhaps the biggest issue is just on a child's performance. They may only be paying attention because they're getting payed for good grades but once it is in their memory from paying attention its always in your memory so kids will leave with money and a good education.
I agree students should get paid therefore only for A,B,and C's. We unfortunately live in a capitalist society. I don't know, society has a way of filtering out people that are destructive or at least finding creative ways to embrace the destructive nature of particular individuals. On the other hand, an institution is implementing a mechanism. Also it will make the kids who have bad grades want to improve. Of course some students get a full scholarship.
We all have different styles of parenting, and all kids are different. I am a kid my self and i think that we should get pid for good grades you get paid when you are at a job and they always said that shool is are job so we should get paid for good grades. Barry Sanders knows he is intelligent but does not feel motivated to do the work. Honestly we only need to pay those with good grades, and that doing so may provoke their attitude. Me and my friends parents do not use this way to reward us but we think it would be to be even more motivated then what we are. To the present day businessman, nothing else matters but making money today. However, more and more high schools and are offering a structured payment program with success.
There are many children that do outstanding in school and some get rewarded for such a good thing, that others don't even get acknowledge, so I believe that even if it is just getting paid children should get praised for their good doings in school. For some students, even older ones, struggling through just for a future promise of a good job is a lot to ask. I wish they did this when I was in school. We have to wake up in the morning and work for 8 hours a day too and we don't get money to do it. Only for people in seventh grande and higher, not for kindergarten to sixth grande because they might not use it wisely, especially kindergartners. When the kids stop getting paid, do they drop down to their original performance levels? Also, it shouldn't be for just good grades, but for trying your hardest, completing all homework, and participating in class.