In Addition to maldistribution stood the credit structure of the economy, some farmers were in deep land mortgage debt, so they lowered their crop prices in order to regain credit, and because the farmers were no longer accountable for what they owed banks. Across the nation the banking system found themselves in constant trouble. In America both small and large bankers were concerned for their survival, so they began investing recklessly in stock markets and granting unwise loans. These unconscious decisions would lead a large consequence, such as families losing their life savings and their deposits became uninsured. “ More than 9,000 American banks either went bankrupt or closed their doors to avoid bankruptcy between 1930 and 1933.”Although
The loss of jobs arising from automation, urban disinvestment, capital flight, and changing population patterns was especially devastating for black workers—and the speakers at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom emphasized the point. For example, Randolph denounced “profits geared to automation” that “destroy the jobs of millions of workers,” and called for measures to address unemployment, raise the minimum wage, and increase federal aid to education. People didn’t have enough money to eat food and afford family before the march. After the march, "The Civil Rights Act of 1964 promised to lower discriminatory barriers to employment, but it did not address one of the major demands of the March on Washington: job creation.
In many school districts, every seven years, textbooks have to be updated and schools have to pay for new ones. However, low-income schools that already are struggling financially are now having to pay more money for technology compared to the amount of money that was spent for textbooks. The money that went was invested into buying textbooks has gone to waste. “...many schools had to develop or purchase new curricula and materials that were aligned to the Common Core” (Meador). This proves that the new classwork and homework that the new standards have implemented have forced schools to buy the new technology or else the students would be left helpless and unable to learn.
A major issue in this counties school system is the issue with busing students, with the biggest one being to change the schools from race assignment or income based. With the change being implemented the schools have become more segregated. North Carolina as a whole stopped using race based assignment plans in the late 1900s after a series of court cases struck down the practices in various settings around the country (Kemp, 2015).In 2000 Wake tried a new assignment policy that was based on income and achievement. This would make it so that no school would consist of more than 40 percent of the students receiving free or reduce lunch, nor more than 25 percent of students performing below grade level, the policy was voted to be ceased in 2010. Wake county school board is seeking to replace a policy which based on race, to a socioeconomic in regards to student placement.
The Western Roman Empire fell in the year 476 A.D, there were many factors contributing to the fall of the Empire, such as unconcerned citizens, population, expansion, religion, economic, slave labor, and the military. In Document 1 it states that people gave up on the Roman Empire and didn’t believe it was worth saving. Citizens weren’t allowed to take part in politics and were excluded from their own army. The government slowly lost support which increased the level of government fraud. Also, population decline was a big factor to the fall of Rome; it had decreased from 1,000,000 people to 250,000.
What happened to Cause the Closer of Corinthian Colleges In 2015 Corinthian Colleges closed their doors and left several students looking for answers. Corinthian which owned Everest, Heald College and WyoTech closed its doors after allegations of fraud and a loss in government founding. One of the leading contributors to this collapse was the loss in funding by the federal government and several lawsuits claiming fraudulent job placement claims and consumer complaints (Bernick, 2015). There were also allegations that claimed that Corinthian was using predatory lending practices in low income communities to gain more students (Douglas-Gabriel,2015). Thanks to weakened regulation in the Education department it made it easier for them to target students that would have otherwise not applied for these loans.
These schemes offer financial aid to lower social class students; however these systems have been flawed form the recent neoliberalism we have seen in our country. Cuts have been made so that, for example, new entrants under the Back to Education Allowance will no longer be given maintenance support. This ultimately renders the option for returning to school impossible for mature students on low incomes or those who have young children in need of childcare, to return to third-level education (Lynch, 2014), especially now that student college fees have risen by €250 for the past two years and they are now at €3000 in 2015. There is also legislation that attempts to stifle the effects of social class in our schools such as the Education Act 1998 which states “a recognised school shall provide education to students which is appropriate to their abilities and needs and, without prejudice to the generality of the
Having year-round schooling would only become an annoyance to students, teachers, and parents. I am against year-round schooling because it gives students little to no time for breaks, it would become an inconvenience to students, teachers, and parents, and it would burn students out much more quickly. Having to work all year round would bee annoying to anybody, including students. Year- round schooling gives students little to no breaks from school without counting holiday vacations. It does mean students would go to school for less days a week, however, this would also mean teachers would have to compensate for this by giving them a lot of homework over this extended weekend.
One major effect is the laying off of teachers. Narric Rome, a senior director at the non-profit organization, Americans for the Arts, has brought this fact to light: “The entire system is very unstable; teachers are laid off one school year and brought back the next, or most times not brought back at all” (qtd. In Will less art). The fact that teachers are losing their jobs not only brings down the school systems’ quality, but it also hurts the already struggling economy. The cuts in arts programs has had the greatest effect on the students.
Financial aid is a government grant to help make college more affordable for everyone. Kelly, Andrew P. in the article "The Problem Is That Free College Isn’t Free." Andrew Points out, “During the  recession, enrollments boomed and the state budget for higher education took a hit. Unable to raise additional revenue through a tuition increase, California’s community colleges turned away 600,000 students” (para 3). Colleges turned away many college students because they were not able to acquire financial aid.