Special Education Should Be Given An Equal Opportunity At Success

1506 Words Dec 1st, 2016 7 Pages
Children will always have the future in their hands, whether it’s this generation or the next. I want to contribute to the success children want to strive for. Being able to impact another human beings life is what leads me to pursue my teaching career. Teachers have the capability of shaping an individual by guiding them down the right path. They become influential in student’s lives, they are people students look up to. I want to be apart of that experience where a student views me as their hero or their mentor. Nothing brings me greater joy than seeing a child strive with my help. I would like to specifically concentrate on working with special education students. There are children who are in need of special attention, but they are neglected by society. Society outcasts these children making them feel like they incapable of achieving the same as a child who is considered to be “normal.” I want to break that chain; every child should be given an equal opportunity at success. Special Education students should be treated with the same respect as any other student. There should be no differentiation on who can be successful. Everyone has the capability of achieving success with the proper motivation. I want to be a motivation to those children throughout their school career.
Within the educational system, there should be an equal playing field between students. “Education then, beyond all other devices of human origin, is the great equalizer of the conditions of…

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