School funds are to be distributed evenly to all areas of the school. These funds are able to keep these rates up by the foundation of donating to the school district and by more students going to that school to help with education and to help pay for the schools to run. But the main issue is that the school is not distributing these funds evenly and are spending more money on the noncore classes. These include such classes as jewelry, welding, ceramics, just to name a few.The Graph (figure 2) shows that we spend about 350 dollars more on these noncore classes. The core classes are math, english, history and science. These subjects that are truly need are the core classes, spending less on these will hurt the students education which will affect the vocation they chose later in life. Schools need the fun in school, but more importantly needs to educate the students, if not schools will just turn into only electives. The graph (figure 1) shows that the funding to math is the lowest out of everything. Math is the most important subject in school because of its everyday use. Yet schools are giving the least amount of money to this subject. While math has no funding the majority of funds go toward the Foreign language department. Foreign language’s are good to learn, but not as vital to everyday life as math. All of the core subjects should be the most funded with an emphasis on math.
Second pic: The graph shows how we spend our money between core classes and noncore classes.