The Impact Of Poverty On Student Education

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Children and families in poverty is something that many teachers have to face every day. Poverty can have an impact on a student education opportunities and their success in school. Poverty can impact development, learning, and socialization for a student. Poverty can present many challenges for teachers, but there are many methods to help these students. Poverty can impact development, learning, and socialization for a student. There are many different biological factors that impact development including toxic exposure, malnourishment, premature birth, and limited access to parents. Many families in poverty live in older building where they may be lead paint. This paint is very dangerous and affects a child’s development. Malnourishment …show more content…
Bullying of student with special needs is very common in schools, and can impact that student’s education. Luckily there are some ways that schools and teachers can deal with bullying. Children with special needs are often victims of bullies. While they are often victims they can also be the one bullying other students. Students that have ADHD are more likely to be bullied and are more likely to bully other students. Autistic students are three times more likely to be bullied by their peers. They are often left out by their peers because they are not able to connect with them. Students that suffer from learning disabilities are more likely than other children to bully other students. There are many different reasons that children with special needs are bullied. A few of the reasons is that they are often physical vulnerable, they have social skills challenges, and they are in intolerant …show more content…
The forms that bullying can come in are verbal harassment, physical threats, threatening written statements. The most common form of bullying is verbal harassment. Verbal harassment can mean making fun of people for example calling them names, and laughing at them. Physical threats can be they the student that they will hit them or fight them. Threatening written statements can be written letters or notes that threaten to hurt the student or worse. Bullying can occur in any location at school. Bullying can occur in classrooms, cafeteria, hallways, playgrounds, athletic fields, schools buses, and during school-sponsored

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