Low Socioeconomic Status Schools

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need. I also have worked with a local company that help a lot of parents to pay their rent or light bills on. I have worked with my local resources to also help parents with free health care for them and their kids. I have worked with my local dental companies that will help parents and their children have a healthy smile. Moreover, I work with some of my local churches to have book the fairs so the kids can go to on the weekends and parents can volunteer to come and read to children. In my community I have been working with my local Barnes & Noble to have the book fairs for the children and I’m a volunteer reader there as well. I engage my student’s parents and the community to be a volunteer reader and to help donate food to our Low Country …show more content…
Schools in low economic areas children are not in a nurturing environment because of limited resources and low academic performance they are getting from their teachers. However, children who are in low socioeconomic status schools their language skills will develop slowly and they also will be at risk for having reading …show more content…
Many theories have shown children who lived in low income areas and go to low socioeconomic status schools they have behavior issues and they have been influenced by their environment. The best way to fix low socioeconomic status schools is for the teachers and parents to come together to help children learning and development. Teachers can also get the parents Involve by having parent’s night at the school to show the child’s progress. Teachers can send information home to their student’s parents on how to support they’re learning through workshop, and meetings. Teachers can teach children by using ‘real-life’ examples in their teaching and everyday language, students is commented. I believe that the children are our future and with them growing up in low come areas is not helping our children succeed in life. Even if they are going to schools in low-come areas it should be up to the parents and teachers to help them get ahead in life. I believe that teachers need to fight for more educational tools to help these children because, if they don’t they are sitting our next generation up to fail in life. My advocacy was to always be committed to children with special needs in our educational system. I have always dedicate myself to my students and the knowledge I bring to my

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