Simply put, schools are unequal, and their very inequality helps perpetuate inequality in the larger society. But when teachers think students are less bright, they tend to spend less time with them and act in a way that leads the students to learn less. The inequality that exists in American society finds its way into primary and secondary schools, and inequality in the schools in turn contributes to inequality in the larger society.
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Loren Bridge, the chief executive of the Alliance of Girls Schools Australia, says that there is plenty of evidence to show academicsocial and emotional benefits of single-sex schooling, particularly for girls. Most importantly, students should go to coed schools because they would be prepared for the real world.
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This figure varies by the type of college or university, as private institutions cost much more than public institutions for in-state students. The inequality that exists in American society finds its way into primary and secondary schools, and inequality in the schools in turn contributes to inequality in the larger society.
Jensen, B. Poor people end up with less schooling than middle- and upper-class people, and African Americans and Latinos have lower educational attainment than whites and Asian Americans. Low-income students face additional difficulties beyond the financial Berg,
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But how do you decide? The higher dropout rates for low-income students and for students of color in turn contribute to more social inequality. Bullying is a much more common problem, with about one-third of students reporting being bullied annually National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Chapter 10 "Race and Ethnicity" discussed the debate over racially based affirmative action in higher education.