Social inequality is a very serious problem for it not only affects the person just at the present moment but also in the future. Education is the most vital thing in everybody life and when there are disparities there is no much that could be expected (Neckerman, 2004). More so, a student and especially at their tender age are supposed to be given the opportunity to grow holistically. This holistic approach is developed and greatly expanded in school but with these inequalities in school how can this be achieved? This essay discusses the social problem/ social inequality in the U.S Quality of Public School Systems.
To start with, the children of the poorest communities in U.S.A undergo an education system that has a lot of inequalities compared to their friends from the rich communities. The children from the poor communities are assigned low performing teachers and their schools have run-down facilities and the education system does not even favor them. This is not so with their rich counterparts who are assigned high-performing teachers and they enjoy well built facilities in their schools. While this takes place the children from the poor community continues to experience a low academic performance and low opportunities in life while other children have high academic expectation with a bright future (Neckerman, 2004).
In addition, the education system seems to favor the children from riche communities for they still produce one syllabus to be covered by all students in the U.S. However, they fail to equally assign teachers in the poor and rich communities. This system still favors the richer community by ensuring that they have all the necessary facilities that is needed in school while the poor communities seems to lack even the basics. By so doing, they blur the future of the poor children for they deny the students libraries, swimming pool, school laboratory, adequate field, and even the quality of what they offer these students is very low. As a