impact of living in poverty or living as a minority on development. specifically the topic of education inequality , biological development of poor and/or minority children.

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you can write about the social and economic inequality in America and how it impacts development of minority kids.

four outside sources are needed, must be peer reviewed articles.

for example, you can write about African Americans and latinos are behind in the education system.

it is basically about the impacts of power and wealth. and how these impact the life of minority kids.

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School: UCLA

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Running head: INEQUALITY AND CHILDREN’S DEVELOPMENT

Inequality and Children’s Development
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INEQUALITY AND CHILDREN’S DEVELOPMENT

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Inequality and Children’s Development
Introduction
Economic and social inequality is the disproportional distribution of income and
opportunities among the members of a nation. This can be caused by various factors including
educational background and ethnicity. Economic and social inequality has several negative
effects on the development of a child. This can include access to education, healthcare services,
and other social amenities such as talent development programs. Economic and social inequality
has been a major problem in America. As such, there is a need to analyze the negative effects of
economic and social inequality on the development of children in America.
Discussion
To begin with, economic and social inequality leads to poverty in a society which affects
children directly and indirectly. Inequality has a direct effect on growth which in turn affects
poverty (Naschold, 2002). This affects the children from the marginalized communities leading
to childhood poverty. In this case, childhood poverty means children who experience poverty.
The US has higher rates of children's poverty than in other countries that have an equivalent
economic system (American Academy of Pediatrics, 2016). This has led to several negative
effects on the development of such children in America mostly pertaining to the quality of life of
children in terms of food, clothing, and shelter.
Economic and social inequality leads to school dropouts. Children who grow up in
poverty have little completion rates of their education. This is attributed to a lack of finances to
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