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  • City School Challenges

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    streets of these inner cities and put criminals behind bars. A lot of gang affiliation, drugs, and violence is really influencing the younger generation. Making the communities safer for the younger generation will go a long way in making our country great again. We need to come up with after school programs that can help the students cope with their education and help them through into higher education. They need to grow in an environment that enhances them to want to attend school and get a degree

  • Essay On Inner City School

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    before I could even start to begin to speak of the challenges in inner city schools, I must define “what an inner city school is.” An inner city school is located in the central area of a major city, where most people live in townhouses or apartment buildings. Sometimes when people hear the word “inner city” the first thought that comes to mind is a lower income area. You may also think of the people who live in the inner city. This population can be quite diverse, with racial groups such as African

  • Education Funding For Inner City Schools

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    While all these possibilities from providing increased educational funding to inner city schools seem to provide a solution to the educational difficulties, the underclass is a multifaceted problem with several contributing factors. For example, the issue of students dropping out of school is not only affected by simply the quality of their education and resources. The appealing allure of drug dealing and belonging to a gang, both behaviors that involve criminal actions that could lead to incarceration

  • Mountain City School District

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    Mountain City is a diverse city and it has population over 165,000, according to case 4: Mountain City Schools. The Mountain City is home to the Mountain City School (MCS) district, which involves of approximately 29,500 students, as well as, a staff of 1,825 certificated personnel and 1,395 classified employees. (Peterson 41) The district is included of a post-high school educational program, five high schools, one alternative school, ten middle schools, and forty elementary schools. The administrative

  • City School System Analysis

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    The city school systems are now more racially and socioeconomically segregated than they have been in the past. Poor, black and Hispanic children are becoming more isolated from their while, affluent peers in the public schooling system according to new federal data released by the Government Accountability Office (GAO). It shows that the number of high poverty schools serving Hispanic and black students has about doubled between the years of 2001 and 2014. According to this report, the ideal public

  • San Bernardino City Unified School District

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    PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Introduction San Bernardino City Unified School District houses one of the largest populations for students with moderate to severe disabilities within the Inland Empire. Over the past decade San Bernardino City Unified School District (SBCUSD) has sustained an influx of students who qualify for a moderate to severe special day classroom (SDC) setting and special education services. Effectively educating youth with moderate to severe disabilities is not a simplex task, as

  • Fast School Day At Dodge City High School

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    Waking up at the very crack of dawn to go to another long day of school isn't fun for anyone, especially for the students at Dodge City High School who have to be at school at 7:50 a.m. A normal school day at DCHS is from 7:50 to 3:01. This is way too early for some students, therefore Dodge City High School should consider starting school at a later time. One reason a late start would benefit students is that very few teenagers actually have time to sit down and eat a nice healthy breakfast in the

  • Essay on Inner City School Systems

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    The school system in America has long been an issue of discussion and debate amongst people everywhere. The discussions and debates often stem from evaluating the current educational system in order to determine if significant social issues, including increasing regional poverty and declining literacy rates in specific urban regions are related to economic differentiations in the educational system. Many policy analysts have considered the issue of educational funding allotments in order to determine

  • Statement Of Purpose: City High School

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    decided to choose is schools. I picked City High School. In their mission statement and on their website it reflects the same mission statement. Their mission statement is a City High School striving to be a community of learners in which all members use their minds well and care about one another. We engage with challenging academics and the unique resources of our city and region in order to become active citizens and responsible stewards of our world. City High School was borne out of a

  • Inner City Schools Vs Boarding Schools Essay

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    video, it is clear that the SEED school is a great institute that offers an amazing opportunity to inner-city children. Most inner-city students do not graduate from high school or even have a chance to pursue a higher education due to the detrimental public school systems located in cities. Children who are more privileged have the option of attending boarding schools that provide an exceptional education for students. However, these private or boarding schools have an astronomical price tag associated