• 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.
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. How do we address this issue, how to do we change this, how can we make this better? What is the root of the issue in low income schools? Keywords: Poverty, low-income, generational poverty, relative poverty, urban poverty, rural poverty, special needs, Introduction The purpose of the review is to discuss and summarize a multitude of research found that helps to explain not only the causes and effects of poverty and how low income schools affect children, but also helps to find solutions and other community based ideas to help end this cycle over time. For the past 50 plus years, research in field of education has continuously found that a link between student’s socioeconomic statuses and student poverty levels are associated with
This qualitative, phenomenological research study was designed to explore teachers’ lived experiences and perspectives in dealing with student aggressive disruptive behaviours in public schools. There are many reasons for aggressive behaviours. Petsch and Rochlen (2009) suggested that children were coping with stressors before, during, or after parental incarceration. Schmid (2012) addressed negative peers, and Carrell and Hoekstra (2008)found that children from troubled families exhibited significant increases in misbehaviour. Grigg (2012) cited frequent school changes were associated with poor outcomes with disruptions in important social ties.
Children with mental retardation, behavioural or emotional problems and children with visual, hearing or physical and other health impairments can be categorised as children with Special Education Needs. That being said, Special Education can be described as the education of children who have social differences in a mental and a physical perspective from the average person, in a manner that they usually need amendments in the usual educational tasks of schools. Historically, people with disabilities have not being treated nicely. Before 18th century, people’s lives were filled with superstition and fatalism. Some of the most known cases of discrimination they were involved is exile, isolation, exorcisms, tortures.
And, most of the reasons were that they want to spend more and more time with their children and they want to increase the parent-child bonding and also want to guide them in what so ever the field they are. Most Parents are dissatisfied with the public and private schooling for their children. They feel that their children would somehow be spoiled or exploited by the atmosphere and the environment these schools provide. Therefore, some parents does not feel right about sending their children in Private and Public Schooling. Recent studies showed that parent’s dissatisfaction with available schools includes concern about the school’s environment, the quality of academic instructions, the curriculum being followed, bullying and parent’s lack of ability of faith in school’s ability to carter adequately for their child’s special needs and to enhance and groom the child’s
Students may face some challenges in the school environment, such as concern about grades, coping with new school, coping with peers and building an intimate relationship with teachers. Moreover, some students suffer from various health issues which are considered as serious struggles in their educational processes.
Research shows associations between low income and psychiatric disorders, social and academic functioning, and chronic physical health problems. School readiness reflects a child’s ability to succeed both academically and socially in a school environment. It requires physical well-being and appropriate motor development, emotional health and a positive approach to new experiences, age-appropriate social knowledge and competence, age-appropriate language skills, and age-appropriate general knowledge and cognitive skills. It is well documented that poverty decreases a child’s readiness for school through aspects of health, home life, schooling and neighbourhoods. Six poverty-related factors are known to impact child development in general and school readiness in particular.
(Sugai et., 2000). In addition, a school must be aware what are the appropriate approach to apply in order to reduce significant behavioral problems. According to systematic in-school behavioral disorder intervention for children, schools also must be sensible that the problem of dealing with difficult behavior includes dealing with subsequent adult responses, because it maybe worsen the situation (Landrum, 1912). Accordingly, the students that are having behavioral problem are often unresponsive to typical management and discipline systems, they often neglect their peers and become disrespectful to teacher responses and peer rejections. Therefore, school teachers and administrators asking to place such student in more restrictive environment or settings.
This inequalities of educational opportunities affected on children learning process and cause the imbalance in the education system. Such factors are the social class, the availability of facilities, parents and community and children with special
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.