Gelila Tamru 1/14/15 Per.2 Poverty affect on children Poverty has a huge effect on children. Poverty causes many challenges for children like perform in school. Children who come from a lower income family tend to perform at a lower level. When they are from a coming from a disadvantaged families they will have other to focus on other things than school. Being in poverty will have a huge effect on anyone let alone children that can 't provide for themselves.
They are in the rich vs poor society and they are placed unfortunately in the poor part of society. The rising peak of the story is when Miss Moore first moves into their neighborhood and claims her self as the future educator for the kids and plans to turn them into the right direction so they can be presentable in society. The central idea is the examination of the rich and poor society. The primary conflict of the story is external between the kids and society. They realize they are born into the poor part of society but still have the desire to want.
People shouldn't have to spend more money out of their pockets for childcare. I feel like it takes away from the home and doesn’t serves as a good purpose. The government should pay the employers and employees for the services they are giving out to people. “Enrolling in an educational daycare will also prepare young minds for school so that they have a better idea of what is expected of them and how they should be behaving around others. Without government funding many families simply cannot afford to have their children properly watched while they are at work.”Two hundred plus dollars a week out of someone's pockets are very steep and costly.
Many homeless children become mentally ill due to the constant stress and trauma being faced. This is still a widespread issue today and is trying to be stopped through several different government acts. Through these acts, the social issue of homelessness in children can be
A low SES can impact a child’s development greatly, making it tough to escape the poverty pattern. It’s been shown that low SES can travel through generations. Many children will try and move away from low SES, but unfortunately, they’re destined for it. Unless we are able to provide our infants with proper developmental opportunities and inform them as they grow up about the importance of an education and a good job, nothing will change. We must support the infant's growing up in a low SES so they can prosper throughout their
Children should be paid for going to school and getting good grades. We all know in this world not everything is fair. Some are less fortunate and need help, even some kids. So a reason we should pay kids is to help out the struggling children support themselves. 21% of children live in poverty almost 15 million, so if schools paid those kids to do good in school then they wouldn't have to worry about if they don't have enough food because the school would provide for them by paying them.
For example, if a child labor deterrence act were to be put into place, such as the Child Labor Deterrence Act of 1993, the issue of child labor could be significantly reduced. The act would make products made by child laborers illegal to purchase. This would greatly decrease the about of children involved in child labor because of the lack of companies who will employ them. When these measures are put into place, the manipulation of children can be decreased or
Poverty is undoubtedly an important factor in the use of child labor; Families are under the poverty line or downforce to complement their children to work low household income. The elimination of poverty, however, is only the first step towards the elimination of child labor. Poor children and their families can count on child labor to improve their chances of meeting the basic needs. Over a quarter of the world's people live in extreme poverty, according to United Nations statistics in 2005. Strengthening poverty in some parts of Africa, Asia and Latin America causes many children to become child
Poverty can lead to an actual/perceived inferior education, this would cause youth to have less access to quality schools, jobs, and role models. Which in turn leads to increased crime rates and gang affiliation (Taylor). Poverty can drastically affect a child 's development as food shortages can decrease brain and body growth. Unstable finances or homes can rob a child of any sense of security leaving them to feel insecure and anxious
The couple should pay for the neighbors’ kids’ education. If they take advantage of if and do well in school, then it's fine. If they do not, then it would not be fair, because they are just wasting money for people who do not appreciate it. For people who do not make an effort in school to do their best are just not worth spending money for. If they take advantage of their education it would be fine, because they are going to be working for our country.