The most prompting answer to these questions is that most parents who were neglected as a child repeat this cycle in neglecting ones own child. Many parents of CEN children had parenting styles of a self-center viewed (Lutma & Farmer, 2013). For example, parents expected their children to fulfill their needs, rather than the other way around. This self-center viewed by parents had crucial factors for children getting the proper stimulation and protection. In addition, parents provided the basic psychological care (i.e., clothing’s, food, shelter) however, was not able to be responsive to their children emotional needs because they did not receive it from their parents (Lutma & Farmer, 2013).
Students should not be homeschooled because it affects the child’s socials skills, having lower social skills, and parents as teachers. Over 2 million children are homeschooled today. Homeschooling is when parents teach their children curriculum at home instead of sending them out to a public or private school. Most parents today homeschool because of they are concerned for the environment of schools, but some parents don’t realizes that keeping your child at home could hinder them even more than putting the child in a private or public school. Children who are being homeschooled usually have less social skills then children who are in public school.
But, what about the hard working, middle class families, that are still struggling to pay the high cost of childcare without government assistant? How will they provide childcare for their kids? Paying a babysitter to watch your children while you are at work may seem like a smart idea and at the same time it may be cheap, but some people are not responsible to care after kids. They may have a good resume and background check but still, they are not what you are looking for. Some parents make the mistake of hiring babysitters and while in the care of the sitter, their child may come up missing, abused, etc.
U.S. government statistics say that 95% of domestic violence cases involve women victims of male partners. The children of these women often witness the domestic violence (domesticviolencetabel.com 2016). When we were a child, intimating is what we usually do when we learn something is ‘fresh’ to us. When we witness the violence, it cause two results to our mentally health: fragile or the distrust to the relationship or intimate the parents’ behavior or words. I think it is a bad way to give a child a wrong concept about the violence.
Most of the parents in our program have one to two jobs at a time and don’t have the time or ability to provide the support the child needs. The trend of feedback I get when approaching the teenage moms on the developmental delays of their child, is that there is no time... ... middle of paper ... ...showing them where their child is doing good and where there is room for opportunities growth and give them ideas to help their child do better. By understanding that some parents cant attend certain activities due to work schedules, the teacher can create different school events at different times of the day to give the opportunity to working parents to attend. In the article, Increasing Family Engagement in Childhood Programs, by Jamilah R. Jor’dan, Kathy Goets Wolf, and Anne Douglas; it stated, “Developing relationships with families it is an intentional commitment of all program staff. Discussion in parent involvement should be part of the hiring, supervision, and performance evaluation process.
Parents should raise their children better. Judges should take a closer look at the child/teen and see what the problems they have before they are tried as adults. Not every household is a safe place to grow up with a loving mother and father. Many children grow up with abuse and neglect shot from their parents or siblings. They get raped by relatives or people that are close to them and it leaves them in psychological anarchy, and by the time they are teens they are so used to being mistreated that they start doing it to other people as well.
Sexual abuse, especially toward a defenseless infant, is inexcusable. Ashley Jessup committed a heinous crime that has left her family, and community shaken. Her mother, who was not identified, was reported to be shocked and humiliated over her daughter's arrest. David Lohrs' article demonstrates how our criminal justice system works from arrest to arraignment, showing the public how quickly the process can be, given the evidence that supports it,... ... middle of paper ... ...tence as well. Therefore, in this case, justice was swift and hopefully it will be just as harsh for both Ashley Jessup and her boyfriend.
From that point on, my mindset was always the same, "Someone else will help them out, and they’ll be fine." Visiting the homeless shelter changed all that for me, seeing so many people who, clearly, were not being helped out by people who could afford to help. I couldn’t understand why people were content knowing that people were living this way, not even knowing if they’d get to eat again. All my problems seemed extremely unimportant, and I was focused on what I could do to make a difference in these people’s lives. Even though I wasn’t really doing much, every time I passed someone asking for money, whether it was a charity or someone in need, I tried to spare a couple dollars, or at least some spare change.
The parent(s) then have to worry all day long, hope that they left their children in a safe place and hope they are okay. When it comes to looking for a place to send a child to learn one of the big factors, but less talked about, is location. Another factor parents may not look into when finding a preschool is the curriculum that will be taught. “Despite decades of federal, state, and local programs intended to support young children’s preparation for schooling, children from low-income families continue to begin formal schooling at a disadvant... ... middle of paper ... ...won’t learn anything, they may have made some good friends, or enemies, but they never really realized how to do certain things the teacher wanted them to grasp. Some of the most important, but not necessarily most discussed, things parents should look into can turn out to be how successful their child was in preschool.
Investing in the Future Welfare and school reform are two of the most widely discussed issues in politics today. Many people are calling for reduction or elimination welfare programs as well as programs that provide breakfast and lunch at schools. They argue that people should be able to provide for themselves and their children with minimal government assistance, and spending other people's tax dollars to assist the less fortunate only makes the problem worse. The main problem with this line of thinking is that it forgets about the children involved. Children have no control over what family they are born into.