The Effects Of Social Inequalities On Society

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Examining the Effects of Social Inequalities
Social inequalities are present in all forms of personal and professional aspects of society. As an educator, efforts must be put forth to recognize and eliminate inequalities that exist, analyze educational structures that limit the human potential, examine the role of culture in learning, and explore linguistically diversity and learning. Therefore many individuals are not willing to develop relationships of trust due to the human inequalities or personal biases towards others. Likewise in many communities, there is the lack of support from the community stakeholders’. In many instances, students are stereotyped and labeled as lower class, middle class, and upper class.
In 1983 President Ronald Reagan was cited in the article A Nation at Risk. His purpose shared his enthusiasm to gain involvement and investment from the people of America by reminding them where they once ranked among other countries. Ultimately his resolution involved interests in assisting students and providing resources to successfully develop competent citizens in order to compete with the rest of the world regardless of gender, race, religion, and ethnicity. Meanwhile, thirty-three years later social inequalities are still in existence and doesn’t appear to become non- existent. Furthermore, just as individuals such as American Indians and immigrant families such as Asians, Latinos, and Italians were forced to acclimate themselves to speaking…
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