The Central Crisis In New York Education Analysis

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Student Name Course Name Instructor’s Name Date The Central Crisis in New York Education In the article “The Central Crisis in New York Education” published in the New York Times one of the most important issue that the nation is facing today has been discussed. Educational situations and facilities that are provided to the poor children from remote areas have always been one of the most serious issues in the nation. The article claims that even though the nation claims to be one of the most liberalized has more number of schools that are segregated on racial and cultural background. The article discusses various file suits that have been filed by different volunteer organizations highlighting the issues faced by the…show more content…
Education is the birth right of every citizen of the nation and it is mandatory that everyone gets good primary education in their life. Having this privilege it is natural that poor people will expect a better approach towards the educational facilities that are provided to them. Education should not be allocated based on the race and cultural background of the people. It should be common to all and very well accessible also. The main central theme in the article is the depriving educational conditions in New York. tHis formulates the question for my research: “What are the reasons for educational discrimination in the society and how far has the nation developed in avoiding racial discrimination?” Major questions that can be discussed in the research are as follows: What is the educational history of the nation? Awareness about the nation’s history will help us in understanding the roots of racial discrimination in the nation. What were the traditional methods followed in the field of education? Analyzing the traditional methods that were followed in the nation would enhance us to understand the changes that have taken place over the…show more content…
This will help us to estimate the difference education rate in the urban and rural areas. What is the effect of financial background in the standard of education? Through this question we will be able to address the difference in quality and standard of education that is received by the students of different financial background. What are the measures that have been taken by the government to abolish racial discrimination? We need to know how effective and active the legislature has been in evaluating and mitigating racial discrimination in the society. We also need to understand how effective have the methods been. What are the reasons for educational discrimination in the society and how far has the nation developed in avoiding racial discrimination”. This is the central question of the research and addressing this question would enhance in completely understanding the educational status and reforms adopted in the nation. The question also gives room to discuss the effect of racial discrimination in development of the nation. Works
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