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successful, and to develop a support system using students’ parents, and the community. As for the racial splits in the classroom, little can be done by the school system to improve this. This is where the parents need to take action. If parents see their children experiencing racial tension in or out of the classroom, then the parents need to do everything in their power to get their children help. This includes actively seeking support beyond the classroom. There are various support groups that will help children overcome the struggles they experience, and range from privately run programs, too publicly run clinics. The only things school districts can do to assist parents in the fight against racial gaps, is to keep a sharp eye out for racial tension in the classroom as well as provide educational support systems for individual races as is commonly seen in the collegiate systems across the nation.
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Unfortunately these racial gaps are mostly due to societal flaws that exist beyond the classroom. So this problem cannot truly be eliminated until society makes drastic changes to its social behaviors. The one problem most schoolteachers say needs changing in the school system is the motivational factors for teaching. It may sound harsh, but teachers need to motivate themselves. Since the start of education institutions, teachers never received grandiose paychecks, or a pre made curriculum that was designed to make teaching enjoyable for the teachers. Teachers need to find motivation to teach in themselves and in the non- materialistic rewards that teaching their students can bring. In the case of teaching what a teacher puts in to his or her work does not sum up to what he or she gets out of it but in fact it does sum to what a teacher’s students gets out of it. If one cannot see the value and benefits of being a teacher, than he or she has no business teaching. According to Patrick J. McQuillian of Boston College, “Teachers can be barriers [to improvement]. The ones that are ineffective and poison the staff, those are the worst. It’s not enough that they’re not
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