The Importance Of The Social Class

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The social class defines our expectation of education and its power of those who want or can peruse higher and better education. Depending on what social class you are in has a great influence on what kind of education you will receive. Those who are in a lower class system are not able to afford the higher quality of education like the high-class community. Most lower class communities are not able to continue with education because they don’t have the right tools to continue on in their education. Social class shows the danger of how if you can’t afford better education you are most likely going to have a harder time being in school than people with middle or high class. Education today is now a staple of how we live and become adults and it is offered to all whether you are in a lower or upper class. There is a downside and that is kids who live in a poor situation usually end up being at home helping out the family by getting a job to help support them. In the other case, those in a high-class stay in school with the better education system. …show more content…
We must first consider that a student’s social class should not predetermine his or her life. Community activities can be one way in which we can help. By giving students outlets like sports or after school programs can reduce the risk of the student living in a bad area. If the student is of the lower class and living in a bad home with careless parents it can harm his or her mental both in class and out. The best way to put it is “If parents are neglectful temporarily or permanently, for whatever reason, it’s certainly sad, but their unlucky children must fend for themselves” (Staples, Page 1019). This is just a good way of saying children often have no one to look for in times of need if they come from such a low class. By taking out all these factors it can significantly lower the risk of a lower class child ending up with a bad

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