Abstract Teaching with poverty in mind. Throughout the years there has been many questions and concerns about the education system in not only America but the world. One issue in particular that comes up would be, how attending a low income schools effects children and those also with special needs. There are many urban and areas of poverty that face this daunting task of trying to provide the best education that they can give to these children who have no choice but to attended a “failing or low- income schools.” Poverty effects people in many ways, which contributes to the lack of education and knowledge. There are many factors that play apart in why students in low income schools are failing not only in school but in life as well.
School Funding- “CRT argues that inequality in school funding is a function of institutional and structural racism” (Ladson-Billings, 2004, p.20). The lack of funds becomes a systemic way to deprive students from gaining opportunities such as jobs. Desegregation- As professor Grant mentioned in class, desegregation still exists in the world specially in education because minority students are still poorly served in the education
When considering the choice of whether schools should pay students or not, schools not paying students for good grades is definitely the choice. If students are paid, they will experience lower scores and practical problems in the classroom which will escalate to problems outside of school. Also, paying for good grades can lead to a reduction of the child’s self-motivation. If my claim is not listened to, the future of these innocent children will become ominous and undetermined. Most parents want the best for their children; however paying children for good grades will only diminish all the amazing opportunities for
White, schools in the United States are unfunded in the minority areas mostly due to the students being poor and the lack of resources for the schooling fundings. Not just that Rich schools are able to receive more through taxes, where poor schools receive less. Receiving money is not only distributed because of poor areas, but it is distributed because the money presented is mostly from based on the race and the income of the family. The money distributed to schools are not given because a certain school has potential to give a better education, but the distribution occurs based on a parent’s income and the race, but not only that, the area the school is located at determines whether the money will help more of the rich or the poor. The disposition of fundings occurring in much bias way possible, because the establishment of a stigma that poor children do not have a chance to transform their lives, this establishes that the rich children are much of a better investment towards the funding.The disportion of the funding
In the film Lalee’s Kin, the school superintendent Reggie Barnes, described Tallahatchie county schools as being the worse of worse because they were a level 1 school according to the ITBS. As he pointed out, the system was built to fail these children. He partly blamed the state for not taking responsibility to provide him with the funds needed to hire more qualified teachers and purchase school supplies need to teach their students. He advocated for adequate and identical educational opportunities for students within his school district as the rest of Delta school district had. The state threatened to take over the schools if there was no improvement.
Despite everything being done, many countries are still falling behind in ensuring that this right is fully implemented. This is creating a gap between the education that the government promised and the education that some children are actually getting. Many rules are being violated in children’s rights that the government should be held responsible, for providing a lack of monitoring systems and zero-discrimination policies. According to the UN, nearly 72 million young children in developing countries aren’t in school due
Pakistan has now been improving a bit in quiet a few years. India has also been improving their standard of education. India had cost around $40 billion in the year of 2008 for private education market. But they should still focus on their professors who have not got a PhD or a master’s degree. And there is one more problem, according to me, is that they should also spend money on the government schools in the rural areas because there is a lot of poverty still in India and not many people can afford to send their children to private schools.
And this agony led the researcher to search the reasons behind the failure and thereby reach the topic under consideration . Having a close experience of working in different government schools of Delhi for over a decade the reaseracher has figured out a major reason behind this failure that the society or community has played only a partial role in the process of education and has ignorantly overlooked its role of maintaining a symphony between itself and other stakeholders of the education system. The devastating outcomes of this ignorance can be seen in the form of increasing juvenile crime rates , increase in the number of drop outs and catastrophically low pass percentage in government schools of Delhi. If the society anticipates a better education which is not only society friendly but also environment friendly it has to take the responsibility on its shoulders to work harmoniously with schools to frame some sustainable developmental
Many families who are considered poor in society don’t have the same equality of education like the wealthy. Students has no choice to make the best of public schools because their parent’s choose to live in poor areas. Students shouldn’t be limited to high performance standards schools because the inequality of education. Many students that attend public schools are motivated to continue education so they can become successful and have higher socioeconomic status. Comparing to the rich, students who have higher education because parents live in wealthy cities to attend schools with enrichment programs and classes.
Does not matter either the kids are rich or poor, education was one of the needs in human life. Poverty in Malaysia lead to poor education among the children and it is therefore important for governments to tackle the issue and prevent from the children to be ignored and left out. The child from the poor family might face a hard time in their early life. Children in poverty are more likely to have negative experiences and feel ignored by the teachers (V.V. Chandran & C. Geetha, 2009).