Brown Vs Board Of Education Essay

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Over centuries, the placement of students and children have changed, and this later causes a modification to the student in either a positive/ negative manner. The curriculum may depend on the teacher, but most likely it is based on where the child is placed in their school system. Occasionally a test will be handed out to know specifically where the child needs to be placed, but rarely does that happen any more. Highly differing classes led to some students being ahead, while others flew behind, because of unfair distribution regarding education and distribution of needs. The education within schools should be positioned towards a student’s intellectual abilities rather than the age that they come about to be, so that way the student in his/ …show more content…
Board of Education,” but for this instance the school was having a hardship on racial dilemmas. A lawsuit known as the, “Board of Education V. Rowley,” came to play. This case was against putting just anybody into the mentally challenged course, and also it was to help create a spot for those who weren’t put into the system. It all started when the kids were in these classes, old enough to drop out, but still couldn’t pick up what was being taught (Wright). These students were just sitting, trying to comprehend the words coming out of the teachers mouth, but usually none with lower mental functions were capable of figuring out how things worked. Usually it was a this goes there and that goes there, but no one really knows …show more content…
Normally, a parent will want the best for their child, but how can a school guarantee that their child is getting the maximum education during the time at school. Also, for a fact many students are skipping grade levels, because of the level of “easiness” that the grade had. Some say to make the grading more extant (more effort is needed to be put forth). While others believe that they just have AP classes with harder questions for the accelerated group of minors. Along with this, less students would fail if they had “downgraded” classes for the slower

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