Going at a slower pace is not a good thing because then they won’t get to all the material that has to be covered. They also got less work done in lower class levels. This is why having classes combined with low and high will improve the amount of work being done for both. Not only does it make it fair if they are thought together, but also lower level students won’t feel as if they are not smart enough to be in a higher-level class since they are all mixed in one room. I remember as I was reading, I saw in of the readings state how some parents don’t want their high-level children to be in classes with low-level students and I disagree students
According to Wayne Camara and Amy Schmidt in “Group Differences in Standardized Testing and Social Stratification”, This is a big reason minority groups tend to do worse. The minority students who come from high socio economic households tend to do decently well on standardized testing, however, they are far from being the majority and often aren’t discussed at all when these topics come up. Unfortunately, though, as we have seen there is a still a lag of minority groups compared to other groups even when the household status is the same. This is speculated to be due to the fact that they are often lacking in academic preparation due to inner-city schools and lack of rigorous courses (Camara and Schmidt, 1999). They often come from households with low expectations and family support, which are two incredibly huge factors when it comes to academically succeeding.
Students who lack cultural capital have a harder time in school. They tend not do their homework and not to care. They also have a hard time speaking up. Students who live in these poorer communities tend not to have very schools. For example their schools do not have a lot of resources, they do not get a lot of funding and the students tests scores are lower than average.
Since parents tend to have limited English language skills, the communication between school and parent is limited. (Huffcut 34). Hmong parents who do not speak English insist that their children communicate in their native language and keep up Hmong traditions (Vang, F. 4). First generation Hmong American college students do not perform as well as other students because of language barrier too. Students whose parents are illiterate in English or their primary language are more likely to be underachievers in school (Vang, C. 10).
but I still think that there is a higher number of careless people in public schools than in SJR. Wealth does encourage carelessness but in SJR wealth doesn't seem to have an affect on how a person is. That's why I wouldn't really like to attend a school where there is less conspicuous
Voting people don't vote because it is too much of a responsibility. For a young person to choose a leader in America is something that is very difficult. . A lot of the media only shows the bad aspects of the candidates that are running for president young people need more time and more information to choose their leaders. The young people of America do not have time to research and take the time out of their day to go and vote because of college and many other responsibilities students do not have the time to go out of their way to go vote a lot of people take classes and the time to vote is not there. I'm a young person
Less support is a real challenge with Millenials and retaining them because if they are not comfortable or given the opportunity because we are “too busy” to show them, they won’t want to stay. Although, maybe this is my perception and they don’t require as much as they are learning the newest trends in school. I would guess that the Boomers and Generation Xers feel the climate is an inclusive one and moderately favorable atmosphere, whereas Millenials I do not think they feel as included and cohesive. I see some definite generational gaps, the Millennials don’t seem as respectful, the way they speak to physicians or even to me is appalling, and just flat out refusing to do things, I am not used to that.
Because of money issues people don’t get to pay the fees of the schools. They do have educational centers but still some people of the country do lack education which brings the literacy rate of a country down. These countries are also called Periphery countries. Global Perspective Every country in the world has schools.
However, some sectors of our society have fewer sources since their childhood because of their low economy and social status. These types of tests do not define the strengths of the student, but on contrary, expose the weaknesses. In fact, teachers feel pressure when a test arrives because it also evaluates their quality as a teacher. Here the 'learn for exam' model is applied where memory learning is the only thing that is applied in the classroom, resulting in a decrease in thought teaching and in a number of complex
In school students do not care about writing as much as they used to. If they would work harder in school, their grades would be higher and more colleges would want them. In Esther Cepeda 's research, she managed to prove that students test scores are going down. That is because they do not work as hard as they used to.
The classroom management is unsatisfactory and students become less engaged. As a result, the students drop-out raising the student dropout rate in urban areas. In contrast to urban areas, suburban areas have greater financial support and the students have high academic achievement. The suburbs are more diverse due to new immigrants settling in. These areas are well-kept and the teachers are well-qualified.