Family5 - EDUCATIONAL DIVERSITY Separate and unequal: still...

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EDUCATIONAL DIVERSITY - Separate and unequal: still segregated, and still unequal – integrated, but still unequal - Urban school differences o Latino and Black students reading level : Average Black or Latino graduating from high school can read as well as the average eighth grade White student IN GENERAL o School lunch program trends : On average, White elementary–school-age children go to schools 1/3 qualify for free or low cost lunches; Black and Latino children attend schools in which 2/3 are in reduced lunch programs - Kozol Studies o Social conditions: Neighborhood conditions – high crime rates, dense urban areas, neighborhood blight (something that frustrates plans or hopes, deteriorated areas), too much police presents or not enough o Physical incivilities (BE ABLE TO NAME OFF SOME OF THESE): Litter and debris in streets; Graffiti in an out of the school on the wall; Dilapidated and abandoned buildings o Social incivilities (BE ABLE TO NAME OFF SOME OF THESE): Drug-Trafficking;
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