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Law School Diversity

While every American has the basic right to a public education, the inflation of private school and higher education costs has made it more difficult for many American students to advance their studies without accruing considerable debt. Theoretically, education law mandates should also protect underserved populations, providing them with equal access to the resources they need to succeed in their studies, such as library books, information technology services, and after school support. Education law, in theory, should also protect teachers and educators by additionally providing them with the resources they need.

While costs continue to be a problem, the unequal distribution of school funding remains an issue: just and fair funding should be provided in relativity to students' needs. Funding plays an important role when it comes to providing a sustainable salary for teachers. Within the past decade, teachers’ salaries have remained stagnant on a national level, creating hostility among teachers and parents. As a result, many teachers are leaving their schools to seek jobs with higher salaries, which, in turn leaves schools with either a shortage of teachers, underqualified educators, or both.

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