We should seek out the best of the best and we should reward them for what they

We should seek out the best of the best and we should

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sacrifice so much to provide for their students. We should seek out the best of the best and we should reward them for what they do. Improving our buildings, making them safer, and providing more updated material for the students, offering every student equal opportunity in school without regard to finances, race, geographical location, or abilities. Prospects Equality in education is possible, we, as a society simply need to decide that enough is enough, they we are going to stand up for our youth, for the future of society, the future of our country. We can pass legislation that is aimed at providing proper funding to all our schools, regardless of location. We can reroute funds to help build a better system that will not allow for equality opportunities because the very same opportunity will be provided across the board. Image a nation where every child in sixth grade is learning from the very same text book in California as they are in West Memphis! We must raise exceptions and differentiated goals in order to effectively accommodate all the differences among teachers, students, administrators, and school cultures. We must raise the expectation level for our government when it comes to the education of our children, our future. It is time to stand up as a society that has come together and demand change! 5
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Social Problem Analytic Framework: Equity in Education References Institute for Higher Education, 1998, Reaping the Benefits: Defining the Public and Private Value of Going to College, Washington, DC: Institute for Higher Education. - value-going-college Shields, L., Newman, A., & Satz, D. (2017, May 31). Equality of Educational Opportunity. Retrieved from Sullivan, T. J. (2015). Introduction to Social Problems (10th ed.). Retrieved From: Pearson 2015 Academic. ISBN1-32-58744-6: Grand Canyon University:- social-problems_ebook_10e.php Woodson, C. G. (1998). The mis-education of the Negro. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press. (Original edition published 1933) - mis-education-of-the-negro 6
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