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
Content The issues surrounding the emphasis on the chosen article would be the unsuccessful attempts of inclusive education for children with autism in Malaysia, especially in pre-schools. Adding that the possible causes or factors contributing to the unsuccessful implementations are due to: • The attitudes of teachers towards inclusive education • The lack of support from the surrounding environments, • The unpreparedness of teachers due to the lack of knowledge on the fundamentals of identifying the characteristics of children with autism. • The lack of understanding regarding the importance of inclusive education. Inclusive education can be defined as the involvement of children with disabilities in mainstream classes with the
ABSTRACT The term, ‘children with disabilities’ refers to children up to the age of 18 who have ‘long-term physical, mental, intellectual, or sensory impairments which in interaction with various barriers may hinder their full and effective participation in society on an equal basis with others.’ Such children are often marginalized and experience widespread violations of their rights. The exclusion of these children from the mainstream society makes them even more vulnerable and hence unable to enjoy a life of dignity and individuality. Factors like poverty; isolation; lack of support and infrastructural facilities further vitiate the conditions of these children. Broadly the disabilities that can affect chil-dren can be classified into physical and learning disabilities and both of these need to addressed dif-ferently.
The view that students with special needs should be taught in specialist environments is an extremely controversial topic in the society we live in today. According to the EPSEN Act (2004) a special education need is a; “restriction in the capacity of the person to particiapte in and benefit from education on account of an enduring physical, senssory, mental health or learning disability, or any other condition which results in a person learning differently from a person without that condition”. However a special education needs also caters for the needs of “exceptionally able” (Education Act 1998) or gifted children. The educational needs for these children has changed quiet dramatically over the past decade. Historically, it has been proven
One being the economic status of the individual or family. The lack of access and understanding of available resources is another factor for disparities in access to health care. If more people were educated on what is available to them they would have a higher chance of being qualified to be insured. Language barriers can also be a factor that comes into play. Not being able to read and understand what an application or person is saying can very frustrating and will lead to nowhere.
Language barrier has many negative effects on people; a greater problem than clear communication is the opportunities that immigrants miss like a better job or school opportunities that can lead to a good career. Students are presented with many opportunities and life choices during high school in the immigrant community, that lacks the knowledge of how to speak English, cannot fully take advantage of. " According to the report, in 2012, students in the U.S. with an immigrant background perform worse than nonimmigrant students . . ."
Poverty consists of many disadvantages to children’s educational life. Professionals who work with children will integrate in order to allow children to have the best start in their early years. There are many reasons to why children are experiencing poverty, one of the reasons is families with low income. This is a disadvantage for children as they have limited access to resources to develop their learning. Parents may find it difficult in financing their money which then leads to children not receiving the resources, an example is what they need before they start school.
Children have to face with the disadvantages of growing up without a father and the consequences caused by the lack of support from them. Many studies have found that children who are raised without a father are more prone to have poor academic achievement, aggressive behavior, and a less likely to enjoy educational experience. We also need to take into consideration why so many fathers are not in the picture. It might be they are divorced. Divorce, one of the common reason for children separation.
Language barrier is one of the major problem for an individual they find it difficult to communicate with host countries people and they unable to get familiar with them easily. According to Bmirr (2013), every person has some kind of problems in their life when they come to school or college. They are afraid to participate in debate and asking questions in the class they use to speak slang language and wrong pronunciation as well as they finds it difficult to understand and writing a professional letter. Due to it, these language barriers obstruct student’s learning ability to move next class. Apart from this, immigrants who come to host country they face different culture and language which is not good for them.
Gender discrimination, terrorism and poverty are factors that should not be affecting education, and the fact that they do is a violation of multiple Human Rights, such as Article 2,3,5 25 and 26. Every day that goes by millions of children are losing the opportunity to gain knowledge and make a change. How can Pakistan better itself if they don't give their children opportunity? If we understand how important it is for children to have the right to education, it is our civic duty to demand a change. How can we stand by when their future is in our