Educational Inequalities Analytical Essay by The Research Group

Educational Inequalities
Examines economic, social and racial causes of inequities in school system and reform recommendations.
# 12459 | 1,125 words | 5 sources | 1997 | US
Published on Jun 11, 2003 in Education (Administration) , Education (Social Issues)


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"Education in a democratic society holds a special place for improving social standing, educating the electorate, and providing opportunity to all. Educational level is a powerful indicator of social inequality on several levels. In many businesses, continuing education is necessary for advancement and so adds further to stratification in the business world. Social inequality is often measured in terms of educational level as much as it is economic level, and perceived failures in the educational system, such as are noted in the inner cities of this nation, are blamed for many social problems based on resulting inequities in employment, social aspirations, and other dimensions. Black Americans first faced the reality of racial discrimination in fact and later the long-term consequences of that discrimination in the form of ghettoization, poverty, and a ..."

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