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Teacher Quartering: Four Reasons Why Teachers Avoid, or Leave, High Poverty Urban Public Schools

Teacher Quartering: Four Reasons Why Teachers Avoid, or Leave, High Poverty Urban Public Schools | poverty | Scoop.it
Introduction Teaching within a high poverty urban public school is challenging, to say the least. Time and again, I hear education policy experts claim that high poverty urban schools don’t have en...

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Even students from some urban schools cannot do well in studies. The reason is because the school does not provide enough equipment for the studenets themselves while suffering under poverty.

i think that while most urban schools are well developed, there are also exceptions in which urban schools do not have the ability tto provide good education for the students.

i wonder why the government of the  urban area is not willing to provide more funds for a better education for the young as doing that will result in having a better future for that area.

 

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The government should act to end child poverty now

The government should act to end child poverty now | poverty | Scoop.it
Letters: As End Child Poverty members, we believe it would do better to look harder at how it can actually reduce child poverty now

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Governments in some parts of the world are planning on how to end the suffering of its people by ending poverty. However, the plans are not going to be executed in a short time.

Although the long term  plan is undergoing planning, why doesn't the government provide short tem plans for its people?

i wonder if the government will do anything if the people does not complain.

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The Female Face of Poverty

The Female Face of Poverty | poverty | Scoop.it
Fifty years after the War on Poverty began, millions of women are still struggling to get by.

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Tons of women have been suffering under poverty and is still struggling to survive in this world. Also, most workers with low salaries do not have paid sick days.

I think that although the society says that men and women are equal, but compared to men, women are still treated unfairly.

I wonder why women, compared to men, are still inferior in terms of status in the society.

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Sean Lim Lin Yuan's comment, January 27, 2014 11:29 PM
good morning I have commented
Joan Tan's comment, January 27, 2014 11:33 PM
I agree with you, Sabeen, but other than telling what happened, you can also include some solutions in which can help them.
Boyd See Jun Pung's comment, January 28, 2014 10:47 PM
I agree with sabeen.The feminism of poverty can be described as a movement in political, economic and social equality for women, and is closely related to Liberalism. Feminism sees discrimination as a distinction of unequal treatment from all social, political and economic access for women. Feminism of poverty reaches all women, Black, White, Asian or English. It has been around since the beginning of time. Women have taken the role of mother, maid, cook and lover. Inferred from text. Those most likely to live in poverty in the U.S. are women and children. This is referred to as the feminization of poverty; increasingly the poor included unwed mothers, separated and divorced mothers, serving as the head of households
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Teacher Quartering: Four Reasons Why Teachers Avoid, or Leave, High Poverty Urban Public Schools

Teacher Quartering: Four Reasons Why Teachers Avoid, or Leave, High Poverty Urban Public Schools | poverty | Scoop.it
Introduction Teaching within a high poverty urban public school is challenging, to say the least. Time and again, I hear education policy experts claim that high poverty urban schools don’t have en...

Via Mel Riddile
Emily Lai Yin's insight:

Even students from some urban schools cannot do well in studies. The reason is because the school does not provide enough equipment for the studenets themselves while suffering under poverty.

i think that while most urban schools are well developed, there are also exceptions in which urban schools do not have the ability tto provide good education for the students.

i wonder why the government of the  urban area is not willing to provide more funds for a better education for the young as doing that will result in having a better future for that area.

 

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