Kids not buying the lunches from the school means not as much money comes into our school. And not having the money from lunches means the school would not make as much money. So we would not have money for the school to supply us with the school supplies we need, like wood pencils, loose leaf paper, and other supplies like glue sticks. If you want kids to be healthier, the easiest thing to do would to be to give the kids more time to be active. The biggest thing you could do to make kids healthier is provide more time for activities.
Mrs. Johnstone was poor and that is why she couldn’t send mickey to a good school or even for higher education whereas mr lyons provides Edward with the best facilities which makes him successful in life. Edward goes to the best school and a top university where he gets a degree and later, a good job. He has enough money to support himself whereas mickey goes to a local school where he doesn’t get a good education. He starts working at an early age and doesn’t receive any higher education. This is also one of the reasons that when he looses his job, he has to turn to crime for money.
Since Peter has down syndrome, during these ages it would have been crucial to put him in a class of students with the same academic and intelligence level. I do not believe putting Peter in a regular classroom was a positive intervention during this time. He was bullied and left out. Barely any one wanted to be his friend, which was so heartbreaking. When a student has a learning disability just like Peter, they need to receive the best education they could.
Aunt Alexandra considers the Ewell family as "poor white trash." Ted wants to go to school but there are many obstacles in his way. One obstacle is his father, who believes that his children do not need an education. Another obstacle is that Ted has a low attendance rate at school and still is in the 3rd grade even though he is 14 years old. When ted goes to school, he is behind, but tries to work his hardest and tries to persevere.
Now I have helped her establish her own small house cleaning business. Due to my parents speaking very little English and having a low education level, they were never able to help me with my homework; Now I have an 11 year old brother who I help with homework because I don't want him to not have the school support he needs to be a an excellent student due to a language barrier. I know my younger brother looks up to me, I have to be the best
This would put teachers in a hard situation and would not give them time to be with their family. This is another reason year-round school should not move to Florida. Lastly, a year-round school schedule may offer more breaks, but there is no proof that it helped students academically. Therefore the year-round school schedule does not truly benefit students or teachers. Also the more frequent breaks may pose the problem of students forgetting information after every break, which would cause for more review in class which does not help students learn new things.
Being a child is both restricting and not, compared to adult life. It’s less restricting than adult life because they don’t have to pay bills, buy food, or go to work on Saturdays. But being a child is also restricting because you have less trust from adults. The narrator was not able to successfully communicate his grandfather’s house because he had less trust from his teacher. “Translating Grandfather’s House” portrays the struggle of childhood very descriptively.
Many human beings have education, but are too lazy to get up, go to school, and use their brains. Language is also a problem, because they face someone who does not speak their language, then have nothing to do about it. In the passage, “A Smart Cookie”, it says, “You want to know why I quit school? Because I didn’t have nice clothes. No clothes, but I had brains.” The women could have got an education, but she dropped out because she did not look good.
They may seem like they help, but school uniforms aren't what we're looking for. They are both a restriction on student rights and schools don't have the power to enforce clothing on students. Making uniforms mandatory is useless and won't solve the problem.- (Forster and Geier 1.) In agreement with this statement, some may argue with this saying some kids can afford better clothes, and it's distracting, etc. People make money in order to get nice things like that, because someone doesn't like something or can't get something doesn't mean they should take it away for others.
But, teachers don’t really help students one on one rather as one big group of up to 30+ students at times. So, since teachers can’t teach every student one on one and really fix those weak areas it leave the students with information that they still might not understand or it might help the student in a minor way. So in the long run, students will never truly fix those weak areas and, going back to self esteem, can lower the way they view themselves as a student/lower their self esteem. Next, seeing student progress isn’t really something that helps students other than letting them know what they approved on, which doesn’t help students academically, or showing students what they didn’t do well on that time around compared to a previous standardized test, going back to the weak areas. Seeing student progress is moreso a way to assess teachers and see if they are truly helping the students and it’s more of a reflection on the teacher rather than the
Students like Eve are not receiving the proper education they are required to have to graduate, but they found a loophole in order to receive their diploma without learning anything: participation points. Teachers should limit the weight of participation and effort grades so students stop passing classes when they do not learn anything.
Another con is not being close to their family and they take advantage of the resources such as a washer or food. In the working/poor class, children have hardly no access to resources, they have to miss school because they have no clean clothes, or not being able to talk to a doctor because they have don’t have the language to communicate. Some of the pros are that they are around their family; they strive to be better and working harder. They will understand the value of a dollar. So my hypothesis was both right and wrong.