The main current legislation, guidelines, policies and procedure within UK Home Nation that affect the safeguarding of children and young people are the following: Children Act (1989) and (2004) The Children Act 1989 was created to create rules that childcare for working parents. It mainly promotes and protects the rights, health, and wellbeing of the children. The Children Act 2004 was later created when it was realised that the rules and services that had been set to protect the children were not enough. This act allows children to be given the extra protection that was proven to be necessary, such as the government being able to keep an electronic profile of all children in the UK that includes important details such as their name, address,
117). When schools could not meet these requirements then Case Study 2 No Child Left Behind Act Analysis 3 sanctioning by the Department of Education was enacted upon them including school improvement plans and major restructuring.The major criticism of the NCLB is that it violates the states’ rights to administer their own educational policies and traditional functions of local governments (Stephens & Wikstrom, 2007). These issues have arisen since the inception of the NCLB evaluations by testing and national surveys from the Department of Education showing failing rates of students not meeting standards of proficiencies for several states. This criticism includes complaints that the NCLB mandates are not being funded federally to an appropriate level to allow success of educators for the educationally disadvantage school children but the retort is that these resources are not to supplant the states funding of education but to supplement state funding of local government by this federal agency. The urgency of the situation
Gathercoal (2001) reminds school leaders that the Supreme Court has upheld schools may limit an individual’s right to an education if they violate one of four underlying responsibilities. Students right to an education can be limited if they willfully cause property loss or damage. They must follow rules which have a legitimate educational purpose. Students rights can also be limited if they pose a health and safety risk to themselves or others. Finally students may not cause a serious disruption to the educational process.
This should ease the school board concern over control. A minor problem is the complex bureaucratic structure. I believe this is a minor problem, because whenever working with any government agency their always will be a very large bureaucratic. It is not the task of the Woodson Foundation to change or create the bureaucratic, but to work within it. Finally, the school board is worried that this funding and jobs from this program will take away from other school district.
Dewey and Adams’ writings are about to different things, but in some aspects they both share similarities. Dewey writes about the pros and cons of traditional and progressive teaching, not taking a personal stance on either. Adams on the other hand talks about how public schools is the greatest savior of the immigrant district, and that without school the immigrants would face trouble with the law and family matters in the future. What Dewey and Adams both agree is that education is most important for the youth. After reading Dewey’s writing I believe that traditional and progressive education can be beneficial but only at a certain age.
It may seem like a lot of work but the outcome is going to be worth all the hard work. It’s better than having to wait a year, and then by the time that year comes you don 't have the time to go back to collage. Some people say that if you get a student loan you never pay it back, and yes the percent of people who go into debt is kind of high. There is still that small percent
If parents continue to ask for these teachings to help their children realize the importance of these safety educational topics, districts of these elementary schools will begging to hear the controversy, so will the government eventually. Elongating the chances for the state legislature to take action and provide
Freedom Debt Relief Reveals the Top Financial Mistakes Young People Make Once you are finally out of school and earning real money, on your own, there is so much to celebrate! And your newfound freedom and financial independence should be celebrated. However, it should also be guarded. So many young people are so excited about the here and now that they forget to plan for the future. Unfortunately, this is a mistake that could take decades to recover from.
Although segregation has been eliminated, discrimination is still prevalent in the United States. Lack of proper education and representation of people of color (POC) has bred hate and stereotypes in white people for generations. Both the problem and the solution lie within our country’s school system. Our classrooms cannot only provide the resources necessary for change, but also the influence to alter the youth’s perception of other cultures. Introducing more diverse, culturally and historically accurate classes will help minimize racial discrimination by providing a legitimate representation of POC.