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By Day 3 of Week 2:Postan analysis of your selected case study that:Indicates the case study you selected and explains the problem(s) posed by the case. Support your response with specific references to your selected case study.Explains the various perspectives, as well as the challenges and opportunities posed by the case studyEvaluates the ethical paradigm(s) explained by Shapiro and Stefkovich (2011). Which is most evident in your case study? Explain your reasoning.Summarizes the equitable outcomes you imagined, and explain your plan of action that includes both an immediate response(s) and long-term implicationsI have chosen case study 5:5 A Place to Study. In this case Ms. Grady talked to parents at a back to school night and handed out special pencil cases to all the students. This was for students to find a quiet place in their home to study. She noticed that Shua was turning in work with food stains on it and cross out marks on his paper. She asked Shua about this and he responded, “I do my work at the dining room table where everyone eats dinner. “(Gorski 2014, para 6). Ms. Grady is trying to model ways to improve study habits at home. Ms. Grady thought about calling home to try to tell the parents that they have to help Shua find a quiet area in the house. (Gorski, 2014, para 7). I may be wrong, but I think that Ms. Grady will step over her boundaries if she calls home to tell a parent where a student should study.The challenges of this particular case study is the responsibility in which Ms. Grady is trying to instill in all the students in her classroom, but Ms. Grady has to realize her household can be completely different than someone else’s household. So many students face many challenges at home from food to poverty to shelter and sometimes finding a safe place to study can be hard if you are living with multiple families. Something this simple can have turned into a mess if Ms.