Generally, school funding comes from a combination of income taxes, corporate taxes, sales taxes, and fees. Local districts draw its fund from property taxes. These funds are allocated on a per-pupil basis to cover each student’s…
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Ideally, school funding should be done adequately and equitably. Adequately meant that all of the child’s educational needs are funded by the government. Equitably meant that the resources are allocated more to those who need it more. This is controversial because it is difficult to determine what is equitable and there are circumstances that make it difficult to determine (such as number of disabilities in school) what is equitable that often ended in court litigation.
There is however another proposal on how to allocate school funds. That is, giving more as an incentive to those who passes certain criteria performs well such as what is done in the private sector. Others are cutting costs such as minimizing central-office spending to have more funds to flow at school down
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Despite the fact that some of the students gladly accepted the idea, most of the parents and a number of students were distressed by the change, which they claim there is no practical reason behind it. The parents argue that they will no longer get to see their daughters wearing the chaste feminine school uniform any longer.
According to the paper school uniforms play a large role in masking differences in students and preventing them from forming groups related to their wardrobe. For instance, without uniforms, those students who wore a certain type of clothing would likely form a clique, thus leading to the creation of invisible barriers within the student body. Some students claim that school uniforms suppress their individuality and freedom of expression.
Conversely, elsewhere throughout the world, funding for secondary education (K – 12) is generally considered the onus of the central government; therefore this entity is responsible for providing the lion’s share of funding for such a process. By comparison, the United States does not rely on the federal government for the majority of the funding utilize within education.
If the Primary School Teachers have not studied the ICT themselves then the learning environment between the teacher and the pupil will be inept Forcheri, P., & Molfino. (Forcheri & Molfino, 2000, p. 178). The Primary teacher will be lacking in resourceful learning control from the pupils who will in turn resort to non-educative ICT adventures.
Portfolio 2 (Projects B and C) have an expected return of 29.2% and a risk of 6.67%. This is acceptable as the expected return is higher than the minimum required rate. However the Portfolio 3 (Projects B and D) have the highest expected returns (31.6%) with a risk of 7.14%.
A huge investment is required for all the above mentioned decisions. And the other important thing that is to be noted in this context is that the benefits of all the huge investment can be noticed only in the long-term and these are irreversible decisions.
The author claims that with the absence of pressures that come along with age and experiences, children can turn out to be more obsessed with their mode of clothing. At this point therefore, children who come to school wearing unfashionable clothes tend to receive teases and are bullied by their friends.