Tutor profile: Daniel M.
Cuales son los días de la semana?
Lunes, martes, miercoles, jueves, viernes, sabado, y domingo.
Why do you think so many public schools are failing? Pinpoint one (and ONLY one reason why).
While there is undoubtedly a plethora of reasons as to why so many public schools are failing, I feel as though the primary reason is a result of institutional racism. This is an issue that I am especially passionate about, but I will explain my rationale in the most concise way possible. Institutional racism does not just adversely affect people of color – rather, it creates a system of limited opportunity for all people and groups affected, directly and indirectly. Historically, and even today, one of the most common practices under institutional racism and discrimination was residential segregation. More often than not, individuals and families of color, especially African Americans, were barred from residing in predominantly White communities. These communities were generally much more affluent, inevitably leading to increased property taxes – one of the taxes that are used to fund public schools. African Americans and other families of color, alongside poor White families, were steered toward less developed homes in urban areas. Due to the dense concentration of people and the subpar living situations, the property taxes collected from homes in these areas were significantly less. Consequently, the schools in these locations received less funding. With less funding comes less resources, staff, educational programs, etc. Due to these financial hardships, many teachers face frustration over their inability to adequately perform their duties and either relocate or terminate their role as an educator altogether. Regardless of the outcome, public schools fail because of a lack of attention given to the institutional affects of legal racism and discrimination. As society progressed, these issues were not similarly addressed, allowing the failing structure of public schools to perpetuate and reinforce the status quo.
Identify the superlative adjective in the following sentence: Jacob was the proudest award recipient in the crowd of exemplary leaders at the banquet.
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