Mia Mason is committed to improving the quality of education at all levels and believes we should do all we can to insure every American has the opportunity to succeed in the global marketplace. Mia believes in the Kirwan Commission's fair access to affordable student loans so that every child can achieve the dream of a college education.
Providing an immersion environment of learning is best for students, with adaptive technologies at all ages, which can allow for rapid progression instead of repetitive general studies. Therefore, I call for an end aptitude testing (SOL's). These changes will enable students to progress further with critical thinking.
Mia believes in preparing our children for the world and knows that we need to excel at the arts, business, languages, math, physics, and sciences. Mia wants to make the schools of Maryland the best in the country.
Mia is going to fight to bring more education funding to Maryland schools because she knows it is the best investment we can make in our economic future. She wants us to be able to build new schools and bring new technology into the classrooms.
Our Students matters; their education matters, and they an immerse environment to best help their learning with the teachers in our schools. These goals below can bring Maryland back into the top ten school systems in America.
Many districts are losing funding because of declining growth; however, the class sizes are doubled. Thus, the value and worth of teaching are lost. We need to close the $4000 gap per student and restore our faith in our teachers.
Our Children's educations are being privatized for-profit at all grade levels; our schools are public, not-for-profit. Today even teachers provide online resources for Parents to ensure Children are ready before ages three to five. This goal is vital to our success to end all racial disparities.
Everyone has a different way to learn with any learning disability like Autism, bi-polar, or physical condition. Children must matter in our schools, so they're not left behind. Our teachers can be trained as new students become their teacher's aid. So our teachers can plan to ensure our children with special needs are met daily.
Teachers need to be protected by a collective bargaining agreement to ensure they're skilled, can reach the goals of our system, and have the tools to succeed for everyone within the school system.
Advancing our Economy with our local leaders in the industrial and commercial enterprises is vital to keeping our career jobs and college students local when seeking high-paying jobs. Our employers need to invest in our students from the time they're sophomore in High School or College to ensure the job market is meet with skilled and qualified workers.
Our teaching is working to a testing standard of days gone by not the needs of our future economy or advancements that are needed to make our communities grow. Our communities range from Birthing Centers to Zoo Keepers. Each measure of those skill-sets need to be taught and immersed to our students to ensure their passion and love to work is meet not by a standard test, but by practical testing to perform in our new emerging workplaces.