Unformatted text preview: areas that were wealthier always had nicer facilities and poorer had out of date facilities. She also talks about special classes for kids with language barriers and how they get put into the worse parts of the school and how that’s creating a education barrier. In my personal situation in middle school I had some classes in trailer type buildings and I do not see how that could be a detriment to a kids’ education. Not once have I seen classes like that segregated and put in bad areas of the school. She also claims that the experience and knowledge of teachers in poorer areas is less than in middle class areas. I definitely agree with this statistic because teachers want to get jobs in areas that are “nicer” and the best teachers will get jobs there and then you will see that the teachers that aren’t as good get jobs at the poorer school districts....
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- Fall '11
- Sonia Nieto, poorer school districts, minority teachers, education gap