Source is because it also give specific examples of

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source is because it also give specific examples of ethnic groups with high number of low income students. “dropouts are .. coming out…. of colleges were low-income students...go” (Simmons 2012: 10). Simmons explains how most student are not coming out of just any college but colleges in which low income students are more prone to go to. This raises awareness of whether or not students from low-income societies are getting the proper education. This is helpful because it gives an overall example of the consequences poverty has on education. 1.) Morgan,Yvette, Richard Sinatra, and Robert Eschenauer.2014. “A Comprehensive Partnership Approach Increasing High School Graduation Rates and College Enrollment of Urban Economically Disadvantaged Youth” . Education and Urban Society. Pp.597. 2.) (Morgan et al.2014). 2
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3.) This article was helpful, because like the others it gave me many different example to which will support my signpost. For example, students who dropout usually come from poor societies who don't know about the value of college. This is a perfect source because it support some areas that my other 2 sources don't. For example this article talks about why they don't get the education they need, but also talks about not getting the same support either. “Poverty often affects family influences, school resources, exposure to academic activities” (Morgan et al.2015: 597). The authors described reasons other than the poor education which poverty can affect making it even more critical. Signpost 3: Poverty Causes High Crime Rates 1.) McNeil, Sharde, Jennifer Herschberger, and Mary Nedela. (2013). “Low-Income Families With Potential Adolescent Gang Involvement: A Structural Community Family Therapy Integration Model”. American Journal Of Family Therapy. Pp.111.
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