Many illegal immigrants take advantage of the United States in ways that are not fair for legal residents. The Federal Dream Act is a bill that helps undocumented and illegal students recieve financial aid and be able to attend public colleges. The Federal Dream Act should not pass because it will be no use for them anyways, it is unfair for legal citizens, and they just don't deserve it. The reason why they don't deserve the financial help is because they are illegal, and all they want, is to take advantage of the United States and the citizens in it. They blame their parents for bringing them over here and claiming that they had no choice, but the United States isn't responsible the actions that their parents take.
According to equality people are not allowed to discriminate to other due to their culture, gender, disability, etc. Each people have their rights to be treated equally. Each people should be respected and should live in peace and harmony without causing any problem. Treating everyone equally makes our lives easy to run. For example: equal rights to men and women.
the American Dream. This theory is very useful in highlighting certain points that are not explained within other theories. Albert Cohen, describes the idea of status frustration. By which he argues that deviance and crime result from the inability of those in lower classes to achieve mainstream goals. It is useful for highlighting why, in the working class, those who cannot achieve in education, they then therefore suffer from status frustration and in this process turn to other people who also cannot achieve in this institution.
In today’s society poverty and oppression go hand in hand. The poor are oppressed by society because they do not have the resources to prepare themselves to compete in a job market. For example, South Central Los Angeles is an oppressed area because people do not have proper education. Schools in this area are overcrowded and the teachers do not teach the way they should. Students are deprived and oppressed of a quality education because the district does not have the money to invest on the kids’ education; unlike in other school districts in wealthier areas where the class sizes are smaller the teaching quality is considerably better.
It is said that children from a middle class background are more likely to do better than children from a working class background. One of the main arguments is because working class children are culturally deprived. Being culturally deprived means that you are deprived from the values needed for school for you to succeed. Being culturally deprived can affect a child’s education as they’re more likely to disagree with the schools system, making them not pay attention or wanting to learn. This can cause them to drop out and not Finnish there education so they would only being able to get a working class job.
Children coming from little advantage miss out on an amount of things. One being education, coming from a low income schooling system that means that the education is not always up to par. Children that attend these schools will not be academically prepared for college if they do not have the skills they need. Coming from a low income schooling system where there are not enough books to go around and things of that matter are sometimes not skillfully prepared for furthering their education. Children are hindered by these kinds of schools, teachers and peers lay a big role in the children’s lives.
Maybe even exclude greedy people who seem to lack commitment to the overall wellbeing of the community, and that’s just to list a few. No matter how ex-felons might vote, disenfranchising them because their opinions contradict important democratic principles. A democracy is supposed to be a government of people. This means that the citizens determine the role of the government, and perhaps the most important voice that people have in that process is the right to vote. Preventing ex-felons from voting distorts the democratic process because it excludes a group that might have a unique
One reason a student should receive extra credit to pass, is that they have trouble with that one specific subject. If you don’t understand something it’s hard to get it right on a test. Many tutoring services arn’t free, and some families don’t have the extra cash laying around. Some students after seeing there failing grade just completely give up. Teachers should give them extra credit they can still have a chance at passing the class.
A society without laws would be a corrupt chaotic society that would put people in a state of crisis because people would be murdered for possessions they own, fundamental beliefs of how people preserve what’s right from wrong in a society would not be the same as a normal society, and a balance between individual rights and public order would not be a basis part of a society. In this society without a government people would not be prosperous and seek new ways to live as a group. The basis for money would not be the same as with a government and would result in different forms of exchange. Education would not be the same because that is part of a unifying government trying to educate its society, for which a society without laws and government would not unify in such a matter. Care for others such as medical treatment would not have the same basis as a normal society because of how people perceive the responsibility of others in a aspect of individual care.
This means working class students are disadvantaged when looking for jobs as higher paid jobs usually require qualifications at degree level, which means they are forced to look for lowly paid, usually primary or secondary sector jobs. Another policy is that of Private Education. This is seen as the most prestigious way of being educated and often provides the better education. However, this is because they are fee paid schools which means they are unaffordable by working class families, which excludes them from getting the best education possible, meaning there is a distinct difference in educational attainment across classes. However, a positive example of state policies enforced to reduce social class differences in achievement include Bursaries from universities, and Sure Start which is a programme to improve early education and childcare by offering two years free childcare to all 3 and 4 year olds.