No other learners in any education policy have undergone studying in the diverse community more than the current students. Education systems have changed from the mid-1980s, where schools have adopted new curriculum to improve student performance. There are new ways of assessment and accountability in the current system which include certified innovative teachers and filed school finance suits. The effort to change this setting is affected by challenges such as different diversities found under the same institution (Rudge, 2017). Thus, this aspect did lead to most of these individuals becoming jobless. This paper will discuss the impact of this problem and the various ways on how to overcome it.
Demographics of the Community West Milford NJ
The total population of the people in West Milford is 17,207(Jenkins, 2019). The majority of the inhabitants range between thirty-five to fifty-four years and the least percentage are kids under the age of five years. 96% of the individuals are high school graduates with 4% of them still attending college. Most of the persons in West Milford are white followed by black Americans, but still, those with mixed races also live here, although in a small percentage (Jenkins, 2019). The retail and health industries are the major employment sources in this area. The widely spoken languages are English and Spanish, while few of them speak Russian. Though the widely spoken language is English the natives of Milford are Italians, Germans, and Irish. The cultural guiding principle of the internal stakeholders in West Milford suggests that policy innovations are entirely geopolitical (Yúdice, 2018). Guidelines in place should ensure transparency and honesty when using institutional finance. The new policies were supposed to ensure embezzlement of funds in schools has reduced so that room for development could be created. Schools were supposed to be panels for students to learn feel loved and interact with other students from various communities. The new strategies will ensure that there is respect among the youth regardless of race and culture.
Initiating Communication in a Diverse Community
Communication in a community with diverse cultures may be a problem. The way a certain language can be used during communication may have a great impact on the quality of interaction. Choice of words, phrases, and facial expressions should be very sensitive because some people get easily offended by phrases carelessly used. To initiate interaction in such a society one official language should be used, and it should be one that most people understand. There should be open forums for all public members where they are allowed to interact freely (Bengtson, 2021). In these forums, there should be sessions where people from various communities get to know one another about the likes and dislikes of each community. Knowing what a certain community loves will ensure that their will is not gone against. There should be events where all participants interrelate at liberty without feeling intimidated by the dominant culture. Anyone in charge of any sector in the institution should ensure transparency in their speech and actions so that messages can be delivered appropriately and effectively. There should be an all-inclusive of the different cultures in any planning to allow people from outside communities to also feel welcomed. Including them will ensure that they interrelate spontaneously with the hosting community without fear of being rejected.
Defending the proposal for change
The main goal of the proposed change should be to ensure that the learners are equipped with problem-solving, analyzing, and inquiry skills so that they become senior students. Learning institutes and institution districts must discover ways to put together a much more developed study into the rest of their curriculum. This could be achieved by using a cohesive framework that spans middle school through the senior years of high school. Programs developed for students with special needs might be an exception. With this new system, students should not depend on the government for employment; they also must not focus on getting white-collar jobs only (Powell, 2018). After their course, the students have to be able to start their jobs because they would be well equipped with the needed knowledge to start businesses and thus, employ themselves.
Recommendations regarding the proposed change
Students should accept the proposed change since it will help them it will equip them with knowledge and skills that they will not have to depend on the government for employment. Learners should take seriously the opportunities of learning given to them to learn other cultures from the students with diverse communities. Interaction with other students will increase their network. There will be quality education offered in good hospitals since there is no embezzlement of funds needed for development so students should attend lessons daily (Korinek &Servén, 2016).Learners will be required to accept and respect all students regardless of the community and level of ability as is required by the proposed change.
Arguments on the proposed change
The education system had become static with minimal development. Students were divided according to their ability and performance. Going to school for most students became boring and uncompetitive. Most schools were overcrowded due to the embezzlement of funds instead of developing new classes. Due to the unfavorable conditions, some students started dropping out of school. The new education has new management techniques that ensured transparency in the use of funds. Students are motivated to go to school because there is competition and students respect one another without the bright learners despising the slow learners. Close monitoring of teachers by the managers ensures that learners are well equipped with the required skills and techniques required in the field. Transparency in the use of funds, competition, treating all learners equally is some of the positive properties of the proposed change that I support so the stakeholders should go ahead and implement it.
Manifestation of the new change in the community
The new education system has greatly impacted the public and the changes are manifested in society in various ways. The surrounding community has adopted a new official language that is used by everyone which has seen many learners from varied cultures enjoy their stay in the new environment. The new change requires everyone to be respectful, this has seen harassment, intimidation, and bullying reduce and most students have joined various institutions. Proper management has to lead to the education sector has developed in general due to the transparent management of finance (Rathke, Streicher & Sturm, 2020). The work output in the field from these learners is excellent because the students themselves are well equipped with the knowledge and skills required in the field. The good work of students in the field is due to the new teaching methods. Therefore, with the proposed change, learners will not depend on white-collar jobs because they are well equipped with skills they can employ themselves.
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