Another reason why Conservatives won is that in there manifesto they promised to stabilise the cost of living which would close the gap between rich and poor and double everyone’s standard of living. This was helped by Labour being identified with the working class rather than the nation as a whole. This was a problem as 40% of manual workers now considered themselves middle class so the Labour policies for the unemployed and working class no longer appealed to them, instead they believed that the Conservative party was going to help them to continue to move up the social ladder. A third reason that the
I believe that this is a great way to help reduce healthcare cost, however, I do believe that there should be verbiage that allowed for higher pay outs dependent on the situation. Should a patient be able to sue for millions of dollars for a mistake that did not lead to a significant event or death? I do not believe that this should be allowed and should be capped. If the negligence leads to death or significant injury (i.e. laterality issue much like amputation of the incorrect limb); I believe that this does deserve to be compensated accordingly and not be capped.
He also asked the congress for cash-strapped local governments to hire more teachers and firemen. This affected American teachers and firemen because they had better opportunities to pursue their careers. In March 2010 President Obama created a National health care reform system for uninsured Americans. This system allows them to buy into health care plans with added subsidies and tax incentives but it also prevents the insurance companies from denying coverage. Economist believes that this system will do nothing to control cost but the budget office believes the bill will reduce the cost over a ten-year period.
The recommendation that I believe would do the most good toward getting more URMs into the medical field would be the one that addresses the costs and financing of health professions education. This recommendation involves the reexamination of costs and financing of health professions training with an emphasis on the reduction or elimination of many health care field training costs for those that have low-incomes or are members of a URM. First off I think that all of the other recommendations are great and would defiantly help, but when it comes right down to it our world revolves around the almighty dollar. We can do everything in the world, even beg minority’s to get into the health care field, but they won’t be able to do it if they can’t afford the education. So, making changes in costs and financing would go a long way toward removing the financial obstacle, that way the other recommendations have a much better chance of being successful.
Did you know that “There is no conclusive data to show that school uniforms solve any of the problems they were created to solve”? (“Point: The High Cost of School Uniforms”). Wearing uniforms is not required in all PA public schools, but in some schools it is. Many people (mainly parents) believe it to be that no PA public school should be required to wear uniforms. Others should agree as well.
The problem is not money at East it’s just the way we spent it. We don’t spend it wisely the way we should. Finally were failing academically. Morton defiantly falls under the category of failing schools but it’s not the students fault. It’s mainly the board of education.
This is why teaching financial literacy in high school will benefit the students later in their life. Secondly, the people who lack the financial literacy skills do not tend to save or plan for their future retirement. This is because they do not know how to make a financial plan, so they cannot plan their retirement and they have to depend on government pension because they are not self-reliant. Because of the lack of knowledge they do not save money and even if they save they do not know how to invest the money wisely. So
School uniforms can also be a very uncomfortable fashion that students would not take a liking to. They also won’t be the “quick fix” that many people think they are. The first reason uniforms should not be required is that most schools across the country believe uniforms take away from an individual’s identity, so they don't require their students wear them. In today's world a person’s identity and having a good sense of self is important to the diversity that Americans have shown in the past. In schools that require uniforms the student body all look like the same person, very bland and boring people.
It’s become quite obvious that “the rules of high school turn out not to be the rules of life” (Source 2). While sources 2-4 each acknowledge this statement, they all believe the American high school education fails to prepare young adults for multiple different reasons. Leon Botstein (Source 2) attributes the poor education to shallow values, while Todd Gitlin (Source 3) claims it’s a lack of content and culture in education, and David S. Broder (Source 4) believes the problem lies in a lack of discipline. All of these problems show that ultimately high school leaves young adults ill-prepared for the real world and workforce and thus I believe a high school that emphasizes vocational education with training in specific job skills and required internships would better prepare me to participate in a global economy. Vocational education emphasizes skills, knowledge, and general know-how for specific jobs.
These closing are all due to a lack of funding from the state. Yet all three states have adopted the state lottery as and aide to support public schools. Everyday our children’s education is being overlooked as the states pockets get bigger. Where is the money going? It can’t be on the roads…New Orleans has some of the worst roads in America.