Stereotypes In Urban Schools

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Children are always told that they are the future but when they become a teenager, people don 't think like that anymore especially if you 're a minority( not counting asian people) minority Children all of the time are told most of the time that they cannot become better than what they parents are. Having them just set in that mindset makes them think that some of those things are true, most kids end up proving a lot of people wrong but in the same token some of those kids don 't just because someone told them they could or that their state or government didnt didnt care enough about them to put the same resources in urban schools as suburban schools. The purpose of this paper is to inform people the things that people do not want to talk …show more content…
From every school study and grade report that are given by the state sare always and most of the time worst in the schools who hold many African American and Hispanic students. This has made everyone think that urban always and will perform at a poor.In Elementary students its kind of tricky because you have aware and unaware childeren who get exposed to these stereotpes. Studies, according to Martin Wasserberg, he believes that the award children that a affected is moderate but it does affect the children who are doing good in school. These things that are being sad to these kids give greater anxiety, some of them will learn to persevere and many of them will start to be believe that what stereotype is being said is what they 're suppose to …show more content…
People some think that college culd be a tad bit racsicts when it come to application, that could be true in some cases but not all the time.You have to look at the fact, which are how can a hispanic students who has had regular classes with a hint of soem honors compete with a asain who has had all ap and collge course beforehand. It 's not that they are be prejudice, their going to pick the better and more prepare applicant and its nothing wrong with that but minority students cannot help that their school dont have qualified teachers to teach ap trigonometry or a college english class. According to Thandeka K.Chapman, in her article about the separation of the currliam between white and black schools, talks to a variety of urban and subran high school teenaers. One particular conversation was about a black male in an AP class fill with just white people, he talks about how much he is discouraged because the teachers singled him a lot for that. This student feels intimidated because he feels like if other black students aren 't smart enough to get in this class what makes him so special, then utalii they start to slack off and not have the motivation because the world would never accepted him the way it would a white male student. Schools need to learn how to encourage all students the way, in all schools

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