In the Reign of Error Diane Ravitch, who represent the "equity" perspective discussed the teacher autonomy. The center issue about this topic is that, the reformers who are supporters of the ' 'free market ' ' don’t want that teacher could have tenure. Also, reformers believe that teachers who do badly in teaching students should be fired immediately. Free market supporters want supervisors to fire teacherss when they believe that teachers don’t help students getting high test scores without giving teachers enough reason for that. However, reformers think that teachers who are effective in their work should still work in schools.
. In addition, "reforms want to retain only effective teachers. The effective teacher is the one whose students get higher scores every year. If a first year teacher can get students to produce higher test scores, then she is a better teacher than a teacher with fifteen years of experience"(Ravitch, 124).
Therefore, according to the reformers retain only teachers whose students do good in tests is the appropriate solution which will help education in the United States to be much better than many other countries. Since they believe that education in the United States are broken, they want to make these decisions which could help to improve education in their opinion. Not only that, but also, they want to change the way of paying teachers which are completely wrong in the reformers ' eyes. However, reformers can 't do that and they can 't fire teachers whose students have bad test scores because of tenure that teachers have, so they want to get rid of this system to fire teachers easily.
On the other hand, people who support equity think that tenure will give a full job security for ...
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...scores and graduate from high school and college, in part because of the quality of their schooling, but also because of the positive effects of having friends and associates who are academically engaged and headed to college"(Ravitch, 259).
In my estimation, integration of schools is the effective way to get many people educated. Black people or people who suffer from poverty are people who could make the difference but they faced obstacles that made them unable to do well. Helping these children to have a good quality education will impact the whole community positively. Not only, black people or people who suffer from the poverty could get the usefulness of integration, but also the entire education will improve. Most importantly, it is unfair to stop students ' opportunity to succeed and become educators because of some obstacles, such as poverty or segregation.
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