This shows that Latino males are falling behind on the scale in attending higher education compared to other ethnic groups. Even though the number of Latinos in general that are attending college is constant and rising, the presence of Latino males compared to females is still very low. To make it even worse, Latino males have the lowest enrollment and completion rates of any subgroup. Latina females are on the rise in higher education while Latino males are having trouble to stay on the map. This confuses me because how could it be that Latinos in general are growing in population at universities yet the presence of Latino males is quite low.
To me, being Hispanic is something which I’m immensely proud of. My heritage and the history of great Hispanics before me inspire me to do better and try to make a difference in the world. As a Hispanic, I know that we are some of the hardest working people in the world, we persevere even in the face of situations in which the odds are stacked against us. It’s this knowledge that drives me every day to make not only my parents proud, but to show the world that Hispanic people like me can make a difference for the better. When I was young my family could only afford to live in a small apartment infested with bugs which was our home for many years.
However, the public education system is quite inequitable. In the majority of cases, children that live in better neighborhoods end up doing better than those in lower income communities do. The schools in higher income areas are maintained more frequently and overall provide the children with better opportunities than schools in lower income areas. This is not fair, even though the government will try to spend money equally it does not always end up being impartial. This unfairness is presented at an elementary and a secondary school level.
The 1st similarity is that they both have to do with something about the war. The Jews ' tale had refugees taken out of their countries. They tried taking the refugees to the German, but they didn’t want them. They tried taking them to other countries, but no one wanted them, so they either took them to internment camp or killed them.
My question is how would it make a difference sending him away because he is not living the right way? It will only make him worse than he is now. Foster Care is the worst place to send a child. The reason why is because a foster care home is where kids are not wanted, and there are many there. In foster care, you are not the same as you were with your family.
However there was additional devastation and neglect to be found in the rescue of the citizens of New Orleans. The Un Human Rights Committee issued a report in 2006 that showed how our Government failed to make sure plans were in place to ensure that the black citizens of New Orleans were included in a plan to make sure they had adequate housing and healthcare available after the disaster. Not only were blacks affected, but people in the handicap group were also. New Orleans and the surrounding areas in the gulf coast region had plenty of warning, but yet there were numerous lives lost and more devastation with the people themselves than the property that could not have been saved. This toll does not include the losses suffered by those who are handicapped and depend on aids, such as service dogs, wheelchairs and the likes they need for everyday survival.
“Study found that only 4% of children from low-income families achieve a college education, compared to 45% of children in higher-income families”. People don’t have an equal opportunity to succeed because not everyone is not fortunate enough to get an education and go to college. Cultural environment and surroundings undoubtedly impact the eventual success of a child, as they determine available opportunities and govern how a child will perceive their social standing. The area people live in is a big factor on what kind of education they will get and whether the will get a good education and go to college or drop out and run the streets. Education is a very important factor in everyone’s childhood.
The impact was positive because it opened up many opportunities for me. In America, there are resources and financial support available to those who qualify to help fulfill this generation 's dream. After I graduate from college, I will have the opportunity to have a career. I believe higher education is important because the skills I am taught daily helps me to understand the future and how to pursue my dreams. I have always wanted to have a better future because I grew up in a low income family.
This raises the question of how to make 4-year institutions more accessible to Latinos who come from lower socio-economic backgrounds? If Latino students are still dropping out at high rates do to economic conditions in which they must choose to pursue their education or contribute to their family’s finances, how does society alleviate some of the economic pressures that Latino students face? The oppression experienced by Latino students seeking higher education, only highlights the fact that higher education is only accessible for some, and equality must be created for
Moreover, these individuals have chosen to do whatever they can to come to America and receive an education, for them dropping out of college is not an option. Also, some people believe immigrants will take jobs from Americans, but these immigrants are willing to do anything to receive these jobs. They have worked for their education and deserve the job just as much as anyone else. The jobs are not being given away to just anyone, they are being awarded to qualified individuals who have worked to receive
In my eyes it’s not an effective strategy to deport immigrants back to mexico. Profiling puts a large amount of pressure on Police officers who are told they need to do this to as part of their job. It also creates a lot of family breakdown with american citizens who are Hispanic, watch as their older illegal immigrants that brought them to the U.S, are being deported. How can we morally feel that this kind of practice is ok? “It was no accident that so many high school students protested the new law.
“ I speak not of myself but for those without voice.. Those who have fought for their rights.. Their rights to live in peace, their rights to be treated with dignity, their rights to equality of opportunity, their rights to be educated.” ~ Malala Yousafzai. Sometimes people judge others without knowing how they truly are.