Running head position paper 3 against student success

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Running head: Position Paper 3 Against Student Success Act The SAA does not offer additional grant monies to low performing school districts nor does it offer federal dollars to low income families for supplemental education. A lack of funding is one of the major reasons schools are not performing as mandated. Families should have the option of putting their children in programs that are going to benefit their children’s needs. SAA requires states to hold a percentage of their yearly budget to invest in low performing schools. These schools would have to offering tutoring and other supplemental education resources. Schools having to hold a percentage of their yearly budget to offer supplemental education could over time be detrimental to the schools budget over time. Having the budget depleted will make it impossible for schools to offer a quality education on any level. SAA makes states fully responsible for their failing schools and requires little federal regulation. Without federal regulation school districts may continue to misappropriate funds. Children’s educations may continue to suffer. Without the proper funding and regulation school districts will have a difficult time maintaining federally mandated standards. Low income families should be provided with alternative resources for supplemental education for their children. Children ultimately are affected by the decisions of adults. States Transforming their low performing schools by giving them tax dollars in addition to giving grants to low income families to seek other education options.
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Running head: Position Paper 3 Anecdotal Argument in Response to being Against SSA Coming from a single parent low income home education was vital to be able to change the family socioeconomic status. To change the course of life it takes a diligent work ethic, a determination to make change, and family support. As a parent it is imperative to place ones child in an environment to be successful.
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