Cassidy LejaClayton MichaelsW130 10:0024 March 2019Do You Need School: Social ClassFor some reason social class in America is something that isn’t broadcasted everywhere and for good reasons too. Social class is the division of a society ranked upon social and economic status. There are said to be more than one social class, five to be exact, Upper Class-Elite, Upper Middle Class, Lower Class, Lower Middle Class, Working Class and Poor. What determines what class you rank in it is often determined by where you live, the car you drive, andwhat career you have. Social class begins within your childhood and where you were raised, even who raised you and progresses by the schools you attend and what college accepts your application that can also determine what kind of future or career you will have. A majority of parents who send their children to school have a blue-collar job, meaning workers who perform manual labor usually wearing blue, who work with their hands as a mechanic, equipment operator, and carpentry. This is typically known as a working-class school. If your parent attended a working-class society says you will also attend a working-class school as well. Jean Anyon, a social activist and professor of educational policy in the Ph.D. Program in Urban
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