Accessibility Case Study

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Collective responsibility as a model of educational innovation in Boston Boston appears in the United States (U.S.) history as one of the most important places where the revolution of America began. Likewise, diverse socio-political aspects of Boston are recognized nationwide, including its accent, characterized by replacing the er at the end of the words by ah; famous Bostonian breweries such as ‘Samuel Adams’; or perhaps its ancient and worldwide eminent Harvard University. In this regard, Boston is considered the academic capital of the U.S. and it is home to different prestigious colleges and universities. Hence, not strange it is to note that the city has become a major pole of development in terms of education. Significant advances concerning educational matters which involve government and private efforts make Boston an innovative city. This paper will describe the existing paradigm between costs vs. accessibility, and funding vs. quality, and how the concept of collective responsibility affects positively the Bostonian education.…show more content…
Public secondary schools prepare students to attend college in a skilled way; however, there are limited chances for low and medium strata individuals to enroll in high-quality colleges due to economic restraints. An enormous gap exists between opportunities to receive high school and College education attributable to economic costs. As stated by Lauter cited in Bérubé and Nelson, “Higher education is becoming less available to students as well as more costly, and it is also being cheapened as a ‘product’.” In fact, higher education in the U.S. can be awfully expensive, particularly at prestigious colleges and universities. One could say that the system definitely affects Americans accessibility to education at the moment when high school finishes and the time for college
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