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Summary: A change that can be made to motivate students to learn more in school is to reinstate segregation. To segregate not by race, religion, political views, or financial status, but, separation based on desire to learn.

A change that can be made to motivate students to learn more in school is to reinstate segregation. To segregate not by race, religion, political views, or financial status, but, separation based on desire to learn.

In the classroom, it is evident which children have the desire to learn and which don't. The students who constantly talk and disrupt the class are demonstrating a lack of concern for the educational welfare for themselves as well as others around them. Those who lack motivation to learn prevent other students from learning. Either students are not able to hear the exercise being taught or the teacher is too busy to teach asking/telling the students to stop talking, to settle down, to teach.

Segregation can benefit both teachers and students. In some classrooms teachers display an attitude and boldly state that regardless of whether they teach us anything they will still bring...

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