Secondly, the development of our downtown areas, preferably around train stations, will stimulate our local economy and produce a more city like atmosphere. With the affirmation of these reforms in government representatives and city planning, we can finally see our beautiful community prosper once again. My society is my home and I hope to do my part in leading reforms, changing Long Island for the
This allows school districts with little or no money for building expansions to handle a growing student population and save millions of dollars in construction costs.” (Nair 2). Saving so much money could help schools afford better teaching equipment, which would most likely improve student grades. Next, a drawback is that it could be hard on families if the children have different school schedules. The change could make it difficult to plan a family vacation, go to summer camps,
In 2004, one million people were convicted of felony and 40% or that were African Americans. In 1945 african americans and white people were segregated in school and education, and they also lived in the poorest areas and had the worst paying jobs. The reasoning behind not letting african americans have a good educations was so that they would be able to get good jobs, they thought that would keep them in their place. And some even thought that they weren 't smart enough to deserve a good education.
Currently, there is nowhere in our nation that someone working full-time minimum wage can afford housing. I have, as your loving Dictator, increased minimum wage, but that still puts much of the housing out of reach for people. Something as basic as housing should be affordable and within reach for anyone. The rising cost of housing has far outpaced the rise of income, resulting in either abandoning people to the streets or so in debt just trying to keep a roof over their head they slip a bit more behind each month, so I plan on changing that.
He says “ More than 100,000 High School graduates with proved, ability do not enter college because they cannot afford it… Se we must give each child a place to sit and a teacher to learn from. ”(Source A) President Johnson wants out education to do better because without a higher level of intelligence in our society it's almost impossible to have such a society he envisioned. If we look at today's education it may seem improved which it is compared to his time, but if we look closer we have stagnated our growth.
If I were mayor I would… Make better highways so you don’t have to go all the way across town just to get to one place. Did you know that the highways in my town will not be completely done until I’m in college or so on? This is why I would be mayor of Sioux City wouldn’t you change that because it is causing people to risk their life’s trying to get to one place. In the morning you can tell there are a lot of traffic so some kids might be late to school, maybe your mom or dad might be late to work to. But the thing that just crazy is the things that people say the rudeness and the character that people are becoming.
Under more research for TPS and DED they both don’t necessarily lead to LPR status or confer any other immigration status (How the United States Immigration System Works). Which in return could/ will lead to more paperwork and longer wait. With every program that is in place for our nation to be host to immigrants to start a new way of life we make it not so easy because the nation wants good people to continue to make the U.S as a great
The Culpeper school board is considering removing the five day school week, replacing it with a four day school week and adding 10 hours to the school day instead of the current amount of 8 hours in the belief it might be more beneficial than the system we have currently. I believe a four day school week would be less beneficial than a five day school week because students will have less time at home and this will affect all Culpeper County School employees. There will be overall less time at home during the school week. Getting rid of these extra hours will disrupt the lives of every Culpeper family with a Culpeper County Schools student. If you add one hour onto the beginning and end of the school day, secondary students will be out of
I feel that going to school is for the better-good, because with more education I can get a better job and better pay to support my family. Failure is not an option. Second, when I made the decision to go back to college, I was not prepared for projects and assignments being due at the same time. This is something I should have researched more and by taking a full class load in my first semester seemed to have made it worse. I am receiving a Pell grant, so I was thinking that I could take classes equaling 12 credits, to get as many as I could in a semester, to graduate on time, but that was a bad idea.
Initiative in this setting is the procurement of clear and key long haul vision. This vision and mission are claimed by all and are touched base at consensually and in a participatory manner (Brillantes, 2003). However, for Robredo (2003), leadership did not and should not limit to meeting the standards alone of having a good strategy of a long-lasting vision and mission for the city. Because the local government envisions confidence in the bureaucracy and their capacity, the leaders themselves should be inspiring, energizing, empowering and dignifying. When the former mayor assumed office, his administration quickly defied two long-standing and politically troublesome issues, which gradually destroyed the credibility of the preceding administration 's leadership.
First, setting future goals for the city is beneficial for everybody. I believe an organized city most likely to continue being a prosperous city. The plan of Houston listed thirty-two goals which I think it can solve Houston’s issues. Also, Plan Houston organized into twelve core strategies. The purpose of these twelve core strategies are to meet the community’s goals and offer for the needs of all Houstonians.
All are vital values when running a city, state, or any type of government. For starters, Political responsiveness is imperative to keeping a constituency happy. The speed at which the government can respond to what the citizens need is imperative. When a councilmember or mayor is elected, the cities citizens expect to have their needs met and the promises of the government achieved. The efficiency and effectiveness with which how they do their jobs and civic duties will show in not the polls, but the quality of living in which the citizens are afforded.
Additionally, Obama Care was responsible for bringing down the number of uninsured Americans from “41.3 million in 2013 [to] 28 million” (Jacobson par. 4), which is definitely a huge accomplishment. In other words, Obamacare was able to drastically bring down the number of uninsured people in a short period of time of 7 years. According to the Rand Corp, however, the repeal of the ACA could lead to “15.6 million uninsured people” (Jacobson 9), which could lead to a more disastrous setting in America. With many uninsured Americans roaming the streets, the federal government will lose the opportunity to receive even a little money from low-income families, but at the same time, will be putting many at
The Rainier Valley is a sprawling area of Southeast Seattle where the future of equitable development relies on strategic, culturally-appropriate policies and thoughtful action for improving the quality of life of residents in the changing economic landscape. The QBL framework facilitates a critical analysis and reflection on current efforts in community economic development and provides integrated insights into potential solutions for existing challenges. Social Equity Social equity in community economic development includes access to affordable housing as well as other indicators highlighting the improvement in the standard of living for all residents. According to the 2010 Census, the Rainier Valley is one of the most diverse zip codes in the entire nation, which is not surprising upon learning that people of color inhabit areas outside the City of Seattle at higher rates than inside the City limits. Unfortunately, those outside the City are also more vulnerable to