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Unformatted text preview: better conditions, so they change their working environment to do so. When children in inner-city schools have this constant changing of professors, learning becomes disadvantaged. Sometimes, new teachers work in a classroom for about a few months and then move on. The children in these classes have to teach themselves because the teachers are constantly coming and going. This ends up leaving the students at lower literacy levels. When they take state wide exams, such as the MCAS or SATs, they do not perform as well compared to students from rich towns. It would be ideal to say that money unequal money distribution does not make an impact on education. It would be ideal to say that constant changing of teachers does not affect the student ability to learn, but when it comes down to the facts, it does. The Structural inequalities do determine the quality of the public school and impact your future....
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- Fall '10
- inner city schools, Whitney Tilson, Elizabeth Merlino, Natalia Glebov