All in all, taking your child to daycare will help the child academically and socially. These children who have these great opportunities available to them at daycare are future generations. Daycares have a constant and a stable, welcoming environment, where the kids can spend a lot of time at. The staff members easily create a great bond with the kids, which helps the children feel more comfortable. Home reared kids will be very comfortable at home with their loved ones, but they will not obtain the quality daycare kids will.
With these funds the program is able to benefit not only children, but the families and community involved. The program is led by Servant Leader Interns, who work with the children to boost reading scores while also fostering a love for learning and emotional support. In the after-school program students receive one healthy snack and in the summer program the children are provided with 2 meals and one healthy snack. The program implements an Integrated Reading Curriculum (IRC), which is based on 5 components; “high quality academic enrichment, parent and family involvement, civic engagement and social action, integrational leadership development, and nutrition, health and mental health” (CDF). Through this structure the program is able to boost the morale of the children enrolled and teach them the importance of
Parents who enroll their children in after school activities are less stressed, have better attendance at work, and are overall more productive (Lend a Hand:Learn the Facts, n.d.). In many households, both parents work causing a period of time where their children are home alone. When parents enroll their children in afterschool programs, they do not have to worry about what their child is doing after school. Their children will be supervised in a safe environment while learning beneficial skills for their futures. Parents may miss work if they do not have a place for their child to go after school.
Being between the ages of 17-20 and conceiving a child can be assumed to be very difficult for someone that age to manage. Emotionally, pregnancy at a young age can have a huge affect on your ability to function properly. The article Poverty during pregnancy: Its affects on child health outcomes expresses the idea that impoverished areas have high risks for pregnancies. Not only are pregnancies happening at a rapid rate, but the outcome of those pregnancies have detrimental affects on the child. The article further states that these areas impacted by poverty experience issues such as the negative affects on the behavior of the child, school performance, child development (mentally and physically), and a standard way of living.
Thus the culture of poverty is a topic which creates heated debates in both the public and political arenas. The culture of poverty, according to recent research, entails collective norms and values that lead people to poverty or make them remain entangled in the poverty trap.The culture of poverty is attributed to the behavior of the poor and their attitudes (Bell et al, 2013). This culture is seen to affect majorly the black Americans, who according to research fail to succeed in school and later in life. This poverty trickles down to generations, resulting in the culture of dependency. Research also shows that slum children at their young ages of six or seven absorb the basic behaviors of their cultures and cannot embrace the opportunities for changing the status in which they are.
Among these numbers a majority of those in need are children. As I sit in on the school board meetings as a student representative, I know that about ½ of the kids that attend Prairie Farm schools are on the free or reduced lunch program. Knowing this, our school implemented a program where if a family, or student, wants the school will send them home with a backpack full of food that fulfill the food groups, such as bread, and canned veggies and fruit. By hosting extracurricular food drives, I hope the students that are lucky enough to not worry about where their dinner is going to come from feel a sense of community pride by bringing in food or by helping stock
Then when they have improved enough they may be granted their jobs back so that they may help their beloved ones and those who were in need like them. Government can also develop schemes to fund and take back young kids to school and supply them with food, pocket money and shelters so that they can have a good place to stay like other people do. Some they can be taken to specialist to deal with them because some of them they lost their families in a bad way that’s why they find themselves having to place to
By listening to my principal and many other principals sharing, I have noticed that no one strategy is working for every school. It was also clear that no one strategy is bad for every school. It seemed like each principal is using whatever strategies that work for him or her. As a result, each school proposed improvement in a slightly different area. A few schools wanted parents to be able to check out classroom Chromebook, so parents can help their kids online at home.
Family instability has negative associations with child outcomes. And these children are more, likely to drop out of high school as well as having low educational attainment and occupational status. Parents' relationships affect children and in some cases cause problems in their
It is a place where a student can go learn, live and thrive as a human being without stress of the outside world, specifically the challenges of their personal life. The school should help as much as possible in accommodating all students. Schools are meant to be culturally competent places where people of all races, ethnicities and backgrounds should feel welcomed and come together to create an accepting and loving community. I have experienced this at Shaw, and I am forever