Cultural deprivation means when children are deprived from things what they need. This can include the lack of values and support they get from their parents, which can influence on socialisation skills. It can be argued that due to lack of family structure, social cultural and soft skills pupils are less likely to underachieve. Cultural deprivation is a theory that many working-class children are inadequately socialised and therefore lack the ‘right’ culture appropriate for a successful education. Many people argue that development is vital in the younger years in the child’s life, and the ability to solve problems and apply ideas help in the long-term.
However, when children attend school they do not just gain an academic education. I am sure most parents who do home-school recognize that education is far more than just academics, and aim to give their children a well-balanced education in life matters as well. On the other hand, I do not really think it would be possible to achieve this balance nearly as effectively in the twenty-first century by confining the majority of a child's life lessons to the home setting. Modern life is much more complex than in the past. Overall, I believe that home-schooling is not in the best interests of the child due to the fact that not every parent is qualified to be an educational teacher, that it creates time and financial restraints on the family, and that home-schooling leaves the child socially unprepared for teen and adult life.
This is a big influence on student’s educational achievement as they do not have enough money to buy the necessary equipment for school such as revision guides. Also, if a student comes from a poor background, the house is more likely to be overcrowded. This means that they do not have a quiet place to study and do their homework which puts them at a disadvantage. Thay may not be able to afford educational trips etc. this is known as cultural deprivation.
If schools just gave the year-round calendar a chance, they are almost guaranteed to love it. For example, in two short years Kentucky grew from having just two experiential year-round schools to having 186 elementary schools, fifty-eight middle schools, fifty-five high schools, and an additional thirty schools with altered structures (Chaika). If the experimental schools had not been successful, this wouldn't have happened. All schools in the United States should adopt the year-round schedule. Students might not be comfortable with the idea of YRS at first.
Type of Play Play is very important in the child’s growth and development (Myers 2012). The type of play that is found in early childhood are things that use their hands, and minds. Using games/toys helps kids interact with other kids to create a social environment and comfort. Play also helps children learn in many ways (Myers 2012). You usually find kids playing with blocks, building things, and games that use their imagination (Guyton
L. Rowton My Early Childhood Education Autobiography I definitely agree that the degree of exposure that a child has to education while growing up has a huge impact on views one has later in life regarding early childhood education. For example, people such as parents, older siblings, teachers, babysitters, daycare providers, etc. can all provide different learning experiences for the child. Being around other children can also provide extremely valuable experiences for a child, as far as learning goes, and influencing social behavior as well. A child who does not have positive experiences with their early childhood education may suffer both academically and socially later on in life, lacking the proper groundwork toward a good, solid education, I believe it it extremely important to instill a positive outlook in a child regarding education and learning in general.
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.
As well as the professors, the parents are a huge success in the children’s success in an institution. According to Rachel Williams, writer of “Middle-class Children Do Better at School Because Of Parents,” claims middle-class pupils do better because parents and schools put more effort into their education; thus children from poorer backgrounds were not predisposed to work less hard, but parents’ attitudes were most important, making more of a difference than schools
Nowadays there is a considerable debate whether children should go to schools for education or can have home education instead. People are starting to consider thinking which way would be more suitable for their kids and for themselves as well. They are assessing the positives and negatives of each option and then choosing the one that is best fitting their needs and life style. Although that most of parents that started home education for their children have found out that it is not easy to transfer school facilities to home, but it has become a very accepted alternative way for going to schools . The number of children being educated at home is considerably increasing though there are no accurate prevalence estimates as mentioned by Petrie, Windrass & Thomas, 1999.
Your job and budget do matter, but generally it is an upside to the smaller places. If you would want your kids to have many options of schools, friends, and clothes you would not like a small town. There is not much variety in anything because of the town’s size and population. People don’t really have to decide between much. This leads to children not having as many opportunities in extra curricular activities and other programs related to that.