Interdisciplinary Approach To Education

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Interdisciplinary Approach to Education and Income Inequality Inequality in American is deeply tied to the origins of the United States. In the present article, using the Interdisciplinary approach to outline the complexities relating to inequality throughout America. The goal is to create a platform that enables the country a path-forward to equal opportunities for every American regardless of race, sex, age, political standing, education, income, and religious belief. Factors analyzed includes education and the distribution of income. Education Inequality in schools has a detrimental effect on kid’s growth and development. Parents of young children may not have the awareness or financial stability to provide early education exposure in lieu of starting school. Parents must invest in their child’s education. Reinforcing what was learned in school at home maintains the continuum of learning. Guiding and teaching responsibilities, for instance, doing homework, school clubs and sports fosters independent growth. Children and adolescents living in poverty go to school without proper nutrition. Attending school without eating healthy nutrient dense foods negatively affect performance in school. Often students who reside in low-income areas can’t shop stores with better quality foods. Low-tier schools are fixated on food deserts surrounded by alcohol and tobacco and behavior contradicting healthy behavior. The ability to focus greatly diminishes without proper nutrition. Inner
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