SDE1
Xyrille Yves Zaide
BSED IV
EQUALITY IN EDUCATION
HUMAN RIGHTS # 26 THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION
1. Everyone has the right to
education. Education shall be
free, at least in the ...
4 CORE EQUALITY ISSUES:
ECONOMIC
POLITICAL
SOCIO-CULTURAL
AFFECTIVE
ECONOMIC RELATIONS
• Concerned with the
production, distribution and
exchange of goods and services.
ECONOMIC INJUSTICE
• Unequal distribution of material
resources and inequality in their
ownership and control.
• Unequal o...
RESOLUTION
• A distributive or redistributive
politico-economic systems in
terms of relations of
ownership, control and
co...
POLITICAL RELATIONS
• Account for all those activities
where power is enacted.
• They include decision-making
procedures w...
POLITICAL INEQUALITIES
Occur in the realms of decision-
making and in systems such as:
• Political arena;
• Work;
• Servic...
RESOLUTION
(of POWER INEQUALITY)
• Elimination of relations of
dominance and subordination in
social life
• Involves promo...
SOCIO-CULTURAL RELATIONS
• Involve the
production, transmission and
legitimisation of cultural
practices and products.
• They include the various forms
of symbolic representation and
communication that exist in
fields such as the media and
e...
SOCIO-CULTURAL INJUSTICES
• Those rooted in patterns of
representation, interpretation
and communication
• Unequal opportu...
• They take the form of cultural
domination, symbolic
representation or non-
recognition all leading to lack of
respect.
RESOLUTION
• Status recognition and
institutionalizing respect for
differences.
(Young,1990; Fraser, 2000)
Mutual respect and recognition is
due to all members of society
independent of their:
• Race;
• Gender;
• Age;
• marital o...
AFFECTIVE RELATIONS
• Those involved in developing
bonds of solidarity, care and
love between human beings.
• The refer to...
AFFECTIVE INEQUALITIES
• Occur when a person is deprived
of the emotional nurturance
they need to develop and/or
maintain ...
RESOLUTION
• Recognition of centrality in
human dependency and
interdependency in organizing
social life
Educational opportunity
THOSE WHO ARE UNEQUAL
ECONOMICALLY, TEND TO HAVE LESS
ACCESS
TO THE VERY MEANS OF
BITTERING THEIR ...
Those without wealth often lack respect;
Those who are culturally denigrated
frequently lack power and wealth
(Phillips, 1...
RESOLUTION OF ECONOMIC
INEQUALITY
• Is clearly not an education task.
• However, because education
participation, and espe...
ACCEPT DIVERSITY
EDUCATION IS FOR ALL
DEMOCRATICIZE
STUDENTS HAVE THE RIGHT
TO VOICE OUT THEIR VIEWS
PROMOTE EQUALITY IN THE
AFFECTIVE DOMAIN
WE MUST FORSTER CONDITIONS AND A
QUALITY OF LIFE MARKED BY
SOLIDARITY, INTIMACY A...
ANSWER THE FOLLOWING
QUESTIONS:
1. How do you think the Government is
responsible for the perpetuation of
inequality in ed...
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  1. 1. SDE1 Xyrille Yves Zaide BSED IV EQUALITY IN EDUCATION
  2. 2. HUMAN RIGHTS # 26 THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION 1. Everyone has the right to education. Education shall be free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages. Elementary education shall be compulsory. Technical and general education shall be made generally available and higher education shall be equally accessible to all on the basis of merit. 2. Education shall be directed to the full development of the human personality and to the strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. It shall promote understanding, tolerance and friendship among all nations, racial or religious groups, and shall further the activities of the UN for the maintenance of peace. 3. Parents have a prior right to choose the kind of education that shall be given to their children
  3. 3. 4 CORE EQUALITY ISSUES: ECONOMIC POLITICAL SOCIO-CULTURAL AFFECTIVE
  4. 4. ECONOMIC RELATIONS • Concerned with the production, distribution and exchange of goods and services.
  5. 5. ECONOMIC INJUSTICE • Unequal distribution of material resources and inequality in their ownership and control. • Unequal opportunity of people to improve their economic position, especially through education.
  6. 6. RESOLUTION • A distributive or redistributive politico-economic systems in terms of relations of ownership, control and consumption • Including the consumption , use and benefit of education services
  7. 7. POLITICAL RELATIONS • Account for all those activities where power is enacted. • They include decision-making procedures within all types of organizations and institutions, policy-making procedures, and decision-making within political life in general.
  8. 8. POLITICAL INEQUALITIES Occur in the realms of decision- making and in systems such as: • Political arena; • Work; • Service organizations • Local communities or associations; or • In the family
  9. 9. RESOLUTION (of POWER INEQUALITY) • Elimination of relations of dominance and subordination in social life • Involves promotion of all types of political equality including the protection of civil and political rights • Involves creating democratic systems for the representation of interests.
  10. 10. SOCIO-CULTURAL RELATIONS • Involve the production, transmission and legitimisation of cultural practices and products.
  11. 11. • They include the various forms of symbolic representation and communication that exist in fields such as the media and education.
  12. 12. SOCIO-CULTURAL INJUSTICES • Those rooted in patterns of representation, interpretation and communication • Unequal opportunity of people to improve their economic position, especially through education.
  13. 13. • They take the form of cultural domination, symbolic representation or non- recognition all leading to lack of respect.
  14. 14. RESOLUTION • Status recognition and institutionalizing respect for differences. (Young,1990; Fraser, 2000)
  15. 15. Mutual respect and recognition is due to all members of society independent of their: • Race; • Gender; • Age; • marital or family status; • sexual orientation; • physical or mental capacities; • Ethnicity; • social origin; or • political or religious affiliations
  16. 16. AFFECTIVE RELATIONS • Those involved in developing bonds of solidarity, care and love between human beings. • The refer to socio-emotional relations
  17. 17. AFFECTIVE INEQUALITIES • Occur when a person is deprived of the emotional nurturance they need to develop and/or maintain intimate, trusting and solidarity-based human relations.
  18. 18. RESOLUTION • Recognition of centrality in human dependency and interdependency in organizing social life
  19. 19. Educational opportunity THOSE WHO ARE UNEQUAL ECONOMICALLY, TEND TO HAVE LESS ACCESS TO THE VERY MEANS OF BITTERING THEIR SITUATION:
  20. 20. Those without wealth often lack respect; Those who are culturally denigrated frequently lack power and wealth (Phillips, 1999) ALTHOUGH THE 4 FORMS OF INEQUALITY DIFFER IN THEIR GENERATIVE ROOTS, THEY ARE DEEPLY CONNECTED
  21. 21. RESOLUTION OF ECONOMIC INEQUALITY • Is clearly not an education task. • However, because education participation, and especially success in education, is impossible without adequate financial resources, equality in the distribution of education across social classes is severely compromised without economic equality.
  22. 22. ACCEPT DIVERSITY EDUCATION IS FOR ALL
  23. 23. DEMOCRATICIZE STUDENTS HAVE THE RIGHT TO VOICE OUT THEIR VIEWS
  24. 24. PROMOTE EQUALITY IN THE AFFECTIVE DOMAIN WE MUST FORSTER CONDITIONS AND A QUALITY OF LIFE MARKED BY SOLIDARITY, INTIMACY AND CARE
  25. 25. ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: 1. How do you think the Government is responsible for the perpetuation of inequality in education? 2. How does schools operate, reflecting inequality through inequity? 3. How do you think inequality in education be given resolution? 4. Illustrate how the economic, political, socio- cultural, and affective relations affecting inequality in education?
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