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Special Education Legal Framework

Framework

  Special education programs are mandatory in America for all children with disabilities. Congress mandated provision of special education in 1975 through passing the EAHCA which was later changed, strengthened and renamed IDEA (Individual with Disabilities Act). IDEA warrants all students to a free and appropriate education in an unrestrictive environment. This act mandates all states to provide special education as a condition of receiving federal grants. IDEA stipulates that all physically challenged students must receive special education services in their respective district schools between the ages of 3 to 18 years. This act lists various categories that a student must meet to be considered as disable. Disable students in America receive special programs depending on their needs. The IDEA legal framework, initially the EAHCA, has gone through a lot of evolution and was formulated to alleviate the pervasive discrimination against the physically challenged students.

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Homelessness in school children in Oregon, USA

Homelessness

Introduction

 The three basic needs of every individual are food, clothing and shelter, also known as a home. Homelessness is a condition when people do not have access to the shelter need. Having a home has several benefits. One of them is that it maintains safe, secure and adequate housing. Homelessness has a negative impact on children and their educational opportunities. Children who lack a home miss the residency requirement, guardianship, have a delay in their school records, lack transportation means and can even lack healthcare benefits such as immunizations.

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Environmental Education

Education

 There is distinction between environmental education and information about environment. Environmental education encompasses the component of increasing public awareness on environmental issues, engaging information about the environment, and engaging the participants in contributing to the bettering of the surrounding. Environmental education enhances a person’s decision-making and problem-solving skills as it is participatory. Information about the environment provides facts and/or opinions about pressing environmental issues without necessarily teaching people critical-thinking about the issues. Environmental information may enhance information about environment but may not necessarily enhance heir problem-solving techniques. Environmental information is connected to several thematic areas including globalization, conflict, ideological management, and immigration among many other topics.

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Education System Comparison

Comparison

There are many disparities within the current education system in the US that mostly disadvantages the underprivileged communities or individuals in the nation. In most cases, there is a racial issue in the apparent gap that exists between the current education systems, which has also followed the social class structures. Conversely, a comparison of urban and suburban high schools may indicate huge differences in learner experiences and performance.

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Coalition objective

objective

 Both the RAINN and the Delta Prep program rely on a sense of coalition to achieve their objectives. Rape and sexual assault is a big problem for the society, and there have been different initiatives to tackle the challenge. Over time, sophisticated programs have been developed to combat the problem. Such programs are incapacitated at the inadequacy of community-level efforts that solve problems pf sexual assaults and rape at the source level. The RAINN program, however, achieves a more national outlook by capitalizing on the legal framework of the country to achieve its goals. On the other hand, the Delta Prep program centers on domestic programs in order to tackle intimate partner violence (IPV).

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Distance Education or Traditional Education

Education

As the technology changes and life experiences advance in the world the same thing happened to the classroom. Today, it is common to find that learning institutions are adjusting to the new trend of incorporating the online system of delivering learning resources to the students. However, there has been a contradiction with some naysayers claiming that the position of the classroom and traditional learning does not deserve to follow suit with the advancing technologies. Many people argue on the basis that it denies student’s opportunity to interact with the tutor and that assessment is difficult when the teacher is far away from the learner. Despite the counterarguments, it is clear that distance learning is the better solution to learning in the twenty-first century because it not only offers a wider student audience but also saves money and enables the application of modern learning pedagogy (Tucker, 2001).

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Comprehensive Sex Education Is Better Than Abstinence-Only Programs

Comprehensive

 Introduction

 Sex education has been a cause for much debate with respect to its effectiveness in reducing teenage pregnancies and the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. There are conflicting views as to which is the ideal strategy to reduce the problem of teenage pregnancies and other negative outcomes. There are those that believe advocating for abstinence is much more effective than sex education. However, counter arguments have been put forward asserting that if abstinence was advocated without adequate sex education in schools, then it would have not impact in mitigating the problem. This paper critically examines the impacts of sex education in contrast to those of advocating for abstinence in reducing teenager and un-safe sexual practices.

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Bilingual Education in the United States

States

 Bilingual Education in the United States have become an interesting subject for debate. Some people believe that the culture of other people should be applied in the country through their linguistic origin. This means that minority languages should also be used as a medium of instruction. Some people advocate the strict use of the English language as the standard of learning. While this may affect the reduced application of other linguistic aims embedded in the minorities, they argue that this would promote national unity and educational solidarity. This paper is in favor of utilizing other languages as a medium for teaching to promote bilingualism. It argues that this would benefit education in the United States.

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Asthma Education in a School-Based Setting

School

Introduction

 Asthma is among the chronic diseases that affect the airways in the lungs. Asthma results in inflammation of the airways or the bronchial tubes, therefore, impairing the normal breathing mechanism. Physical activities present a significant pattern for the onset of symptoms in asthmatic patients. Healthy individuals can also develop asthmatic symptoms during exercises which is commonly referred to as exercise-induced bronchoconstriction (EIB). Therefore, there is a dire need to develop a plan by physicians and all stakeholders in health education to keep asthmatic symptoms under control. The National Asthma Education and Prevention Program is a national body in the United States that addressed Asthma problem and commonly involved in Asthma education.

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