Journal article Open Access
Archit Aryaman; Shaira Jafar; Angie Mohamed; JK Rajjo Ronobir; Mamadou Barry; Ryan Curran; Aarushi Kaushal; Rehan Yazdani
The underfunding of schools in the United States (US) is a federal issue that affects schools and its students vastly. It is a given that the importance of schools and the resources and education it provides, through its funds, is a fundamental part of a student’s internal and external development. We investigate the problem of the lack of funding for US schools and how it internally affects a student and their mental health. We also analyze how this issue may affect students’ futures in terms of their employment, earnings, and delinquent behavior in external society. From that, we were able to explain why various departments of education should improve funding to better the country’s students’ futures.
A cause and effect analysis_ Looking at the effects of lack of funding for schools on US students.pdf