Question: Should I take a Liberal Arts Match class or College Algebra? Which one is harder?

I am double major student studying Poli Sci and International Relations with a concentration in security. I am very bad in math. I am currently taking the most basic math class in college. I want to work as an analyst or officer for an agency or organization. Which course of math is more easier to understand for a terrible math student like my self? What are you experiences?

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Question: Why don’t more schools offer more diverse (less traditional) forms of education.?

Have to write an essay on a certain topic and I chose “should schools provide a more diverse education”. I have good points on why they should but I also have to defend it against certain counter arguements. Problem is that I can’t seem to think of any counter arguments (arguments on why schools should not* offer a diverse education). Basically what I want to know is why more schools aren’t expanding or flexing their curriculum to benefit kids who have a more creative mindset and why most schools stick with eh conventional curriculum which focuses mostly in the scientific field with small exceptions to creative/artistic fields. Thanks

Question: Should I take Liberal Arts Math or College Algebra? Which one is harder?

I am a double major student concentrating Poli Sci and International Relations with a concentration in security. I am very bad in math. Currently I am taking the most basic math class in college. I really want to work in analysis with an agency or organization and I am wondering if I should take a Liberal Arts Math or College Algebra? What at has been many of your experiences? What is most easiest to understand?

Question: Why would he look disappointed?

One of my professors has been teaching many classes at my college. When I first took one of his classes (course A), I did not talk or ask questions to him. Then the following term, I took more classes and finally began asking questions, etc. Now months later, he asked if I took course A. I said yes but then he looked at the floor in silence and kinda look disappointed?

Question: Should I work this summer and go to school? Or just go to school?

I’m going to a community college and got a job offer at daycare for the summer. My major is early education.

The problem is the courses I’m taking are not my strengths, I’m taking biology lecture and lab for 6 weeks.

And math class for 15 weeks.

I’m torn on what to do, I really want to accept but I’m afraid on juggling both school and work. Due to the hours at the daycare

This will be my only chance to work for awhile since next fall and spring I have non paid internship at other daycare for school. And in summer I have family trip and be out of country for 2 months.

I have worked and gone to school before but those were courses I was good at. Math is just evil…

I can afford to take this time off as well, I’m living at home and no bills and have money saved up from working 5 years.

What do you think? I’m just worried large gap on my resume and my only experience is through internship I can work fall 2016 Does age matter? Because I’m 24 and switch careers by going to community college for early education