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Disparity Hacks in Increasing Academic Integrity


DTD White Paper Breaking the Cycle of Poverty Through Youth Development Programs
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY


The disparity gaps in education are the differences in academic achievement between children from various socio-economic strata. Although some students inherently flourish regardless of the circumstances, others lag and will perform well provided the proper conditions are created.


It is crucial to make sure the correct conditions exist to support many young people to thrive in a globalized world where they will compete with many others, making it vital to close the disparity gaps in education.


The environment, school preference, family finances, governmental regulations, residential location, and parenting practices are some of the aspects this paper cites as being accountable for the discrepancy gaps in educational attainment.


After that, it explains the roles of the various education stakeholders and how each group may contribute successfully to closing the disparity gaps in education.


The responsibilities of the various education stakeholders are then explained in detail, along with how each group may contribute successfully to closing the disparity gaps in education.


It describes how promoting active learning, developing good relationships, accepting individual differences, and providing effective feedback are crucial for closing the gaps in education.


It describes how attitude and parenting style may aid in bridging the gap for families.

For the community, it emphasizes how crucial community engagement and partnership are to reducing the gap.


It offers advice on how to assist young people to build the necessary skill set and explains why doing so is crucial to have them ready to flourish in any situation.


Finally, it suggests additional resources that will be useful to readers who are particularly interested in closing disparity gaps in education.


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