Argue if the American education is a divided system of marginalization.
You must develop an introduction that lures the reader into your discussion. You must develop a thesis statement that is specific. Your thesis must be arguable or controversial or debatable; it cannot be a fact and cannot be illogical. Please use the resources that are available. NO THESIS…NO ESSAY Each paragraph should relate to the thesis. In each paragraph, you should develop an example that is supportive of your topic sentence and thesis. Your example must begin to push your reader to think critically about the topic and must begin to help the reader to visualize the concept you are setting forth. You cannot just merely mention an example; your example should begin to clarify your point so that your reader can understand the point you are trying to make about the idea you have set forth. I know this is repetition, but I will say it again here: Please use the elements (topic sentence, a critically engaging example, and an explanation that begins to push the reader to critically think beyond the example) that we have discussed in class. Your paragraphs should have levels of critical engagement/analysis/critical thinking to push the reader to think deeper about the subject for each major part. PLEASE UNDERSTAND YOU CANNOT WRITE ABOUT NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND. Scholarly and academic sources: You must have at three scholarly or academic sources from the Lincoln Land Community College Library. This does not mean that your essay should have three quotes; if your work only has three quotes, it will fail. In fact, you must strike a balance with the outside information and your voice. Your work should be thoroughly documented. You should be selective of the direct quotes you use. You may only use direct quotes if they advance your argument or your idea. If your work has only four quotes, it will fail. Please understand that each paragraph must have scholarly evidence in it. Your word alone does not mean anything; you are not the expert. You must use the article, not the abstract…You must use the article…. You must develop a works cited. The works cited is not included as part of the four complete-six pages written text for the work. But it is included in the overall essay’s grade; it will not be graded separately. You may want to consider how you can employ ethos, logos and pathos in your essay. You must develop an effective closing. Your work must have a title. Your essay must grammatically and mechanically correct. Choose one idea below to develop your essay. NOTE: DO NOT USE THE PROMPT STATEMENTS AS YOUR THESIS. FOR INSTANCE, DO NOT WRITE: Education is a divided system of marginalization. Each idea is broad; therefore, you should take time to develop your thesis and narrow your focus. If you do not write a controversial, debatable, or arguable thesis, your work will FAIL. It will receive a failing grade because you have not developed a clear, effective thesis. We have discussed that an essay revolves around the thesis statement. We have also discussed that Fs range from 59-0. Please do not allow your final grade to be greatly affected because you do not take time to plan and/or use the resources that are available.
Marginalization of the American Education System
Education in America is considered to be one of the contributors towards marginalization as well as the possible solution for inequalities within the American society. The reason as to why access to education is considered as a possible solution for marginalization is the impact that education has on the quality of lives that people enjoy in the professional world after education. Therefore, if there was equal access to education for all the citizens in America regardless of racial and class differences, then all the people across the social classes would have equal chances to an improved quality of life (Valenzuela, Bellei and Ríos). However, the main question that is in existence is whether there is equal access to education for all the citizens of America. It is apparent that America as a nation has made tremendous steps in trying to provide equal access to education as a requirement of the fourteenth amendment.