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Will Cliff 903631044 According to the readings and lectures what are the most serious, intended and unintended, positive and negative effects of tracking? Which theoretical perspectives (Structural-functionalist perspective, conflict perspective, and symbolic interactionist perspective) best describes tracking in schools? Support your answer. Outline: Tracking Through the Conflict Perspective Inroduction: Through the system of tracking, one’s success in our society today is determined at a very young age. Being so young, most of the young population is completely oblivious to the fact that their work ethic and success then, is intended to determine their success, income, and class in their future. Tracking is a component of our educational system and is done by dividing the successful students into more difficult classes—while placing the less successful students in easier classes. Essentially, our competitive based society is fueled by tracking as it places students with the highest academic achievement into the more elite institutions and then transitively into the top jobs that run the nation
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