The Education System Of Education

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Many Americans believe that even though the U.S. education system is meant to be integrated, but there are still examples of racism and the imbalance of educational opportunities among the different classes of people. In an article published by the U.S. News and World Report, it was stated that “lower wealth, lower health, lower parental education levels, more dealings with the justice system and other circumstances create a perfect storm that leaves blacks [and other minorities] without the same educational opportunities as whites [and individuals with a steady income]”(Cook 4). These disparities begin to influence a child as soon as they are able to have the capacity to learn. Although there are only pieces of Aristotle’s works on education, he develops a clear point on the importance of education and how it is the path to happiness. Like his predecessor Plato, Aristotle believes that the early education period of a child should be the responsibility of the parent. The U.S. News and World Report investigated into the childhood lives of children of low income families and found that there is a different starting line for these children virus children of wealth. The obligation of the parents is to provide a steady income to keep the family afloat, comes before the obligation to teach children to learn. These lower income families will have less access to the essential materials that help household learning thrive, such as books, games and even computers. According to a
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