Margaret Sanger began as being a visiting nurse on New York’s Lower East Side and had the unfortunately opportunity to witness a young patient of hers pass away due….
I need this back to day
1. What are some challenges faced by schools with a diverse family population? 2. What are some benefits?
I need about 200 words agree or disagree
1.A diverse student population means that there may be conflicting values and attitudes towards education, and that some subgroups of a population may treated unequally or feel left out.
Our Halloween parade is a big deal at our school. The kids all dress up, the teams of teachers have different themed costumes, even the admin join in the fun. It was on this day that 3 of our Micronesian students, one in Kindergarten decided they were simply going to leave class and walk off campus. When we got the call on the radio that they were missing, we frantically spread out to search until we found them a few blocks away. They came to our office, as many students do when they are about to be disciplined. When asked why they left, they remained silent. All three of the students had limited English proficiency, and it felt like we were pulling teeth. The kindergarten student began to cry. Finally, the oldest of three spoke and shared that the they left because their moms said they did not have enough money for a costume.
I should have realized that from the get go. My heart sank, and suddenly I found myself questioning American values and the commercialism of holidays. Now, each time we have a big event on campus – that may require dressing up, or having parents show up, I remember that while most of the students are excited about the big day, there are always kids that feel left out and may need extra support.
2. I do agree that some diversity in the student population might cause conflict, but the overall reaching effort is to make sure that everyone is treated equally and that the on equitable favoritism is ruled out. I do agree that diversity plays a crucial role in making sure that others understand and know that there is diversity around in the classroom and after school. Making sure that there’s someone who is ethnic, religious, or national origin is pointed out this will help students understand how each of us is different in our ways. Being different is something that everyone wants to be part of, but there is a price to pay sometimes in the real world from being different and or diverse.
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