• Encouragement: if children are not given the praise and encouragement they need, this will affect their relationships and friendships as they get older and they will have poor attachment this can develop into anxiety, depression and they will lack motivation. • Learning difficulties are also a factor that influences a child’s development. Children with learning difficulties will need extra support with certain areas of development and may develop low self-esteem because they get annoyed with themselves for not being able to do something, such as a simple numeracy problem or read a book. External factors affecting learning and development are likely to be limited access to services and support, but parents and carers may not be aware of this. • Children with ill heath on a regular basis can develop much more slower, this may cause longer term issues such as failure to grow or thrive.
Without a doubt, the school does not have enough resources. Due to the low social status, family support is needed from school. Therefore, it increases the burden on school. Another issue is teacher shortage and heavy workload. In the case, volunteers play a significant role in home-school cooperation.
Unfortunately, this will make it harder for the schools to educate students as problematic behaviours are likely to interfere with the education process. There are some reasons as to why students behave inappropriately that lead to severe problems of student behaviour therefore there are also solution to demolish the students’ problems. First and foremost, parents play as an important role model to their children. But nowadays, many parents do not have the time or the skills required to teach their children the value of manners and respecting others. Parenting practices are another common cause of poor student behaviour, according to researchers at The University of Science and Technology in Pakistan.
Yes, our poor are still in a disadvantage with education and crime. For example, the disadvantage on poor or no education at all on other places out of the U.S. Where parents need to pay for education and making education not an option. The biggest possibility that the child’s parents aren’t educated and that will make it even harder for parents to scaffold their child properly. Secondly, the disadvantage of poor security that will bring higher possibilities on crime. Poor families are need in finding of inexpensive areas that they can afford.
However, some parents force their children to work in order to fulfill their basic needs of food, shelter, and clothes. Some children work below the legal age and they are harmed mentally and physically. Even though they have the right “not work before a minimum age and never when that would hinder” their “health, and” “their moral and physical development” (Declaration of the Rights of the Child). Some parents believe that children should go to work in order to share in the house responsibility, learn and gain experience. However, their perspectives are completely wrong since they violate children’s rights and influence them negatively.
A controversial topic of education, whether it is a right or a privilege, remains highly disputed till this day. Viewing education as a right sets many peoples’ perspectives astray from its original intention, helping children from poor families to attend school. The right of an education is often viewed as an obligation and not a need to compete in the world to survive. Moreover, as a right, education is frequently taken for granted. On the other hand, the privilege of an education creates a burdensome fee for many poor families, causing a rise of many illiterates.
Also, as poorer families do not have access to free education, the children will still not have a chance to go to school. When families are already in extreme poverty, they would not even have the extra funds to send their children to schools, thus school not becoming an option for their children. Since the children cannot go to school or work, their lives will lose purpose, being detrimental to them in the end. For the company sector, the company is another party which will be heavily affected. Their income will be affected due to the sudden shortage of workers.
When families aren’t able to constantly provide food or resources needed for a child to learn they end up hampering their performance in the school environment. Children in situations like these would look to satisfy their basic needs before catering to their need to obtain an education. It is shown that children in households with higher income rates are more likely to obtain a higher quality of education as they are provided with their basic needs.
Children who live in low socioeconomic conditions often need additional resources from schools and teachers to overcome the special challenges they face (Pettigrew, 2009). It seems the schools that educate this subgroup are the schools receiving the least amount of funds, thus, they are at an economic disadvantage when in fact more resources are needed. Although the task may seem discouraging, there are practical ways to transform underperforming schools that teach children from low socioeconomic backgrounds. They have a problem that demands special attention, but the solution is not far-fetched. For the most part, children are dependent beings.
Parents of the learners or pupils are looking up to their children when they go to school hoping that they will fulfil their goals and other parents never had the chance to attend school because of the era they grew up in and their dreams are to see the children progressing in life with opportunities that are provided by the education but when the government does not deliver all those goals and dreams fade away. The service delivery in Eastern Cape is very poor; they do not get things on time. Those things are mostly happen in rural areas schools as a result kids are not proud of their schools because of such things. The Department of education came with nutrition programme for primary and secondary school learners. It is mostly helpful to those learners who go to school with empty stomach and come from poor families.