My Code of Ethics

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With that, if every child is educated well, the school needs to be sure that there are protections and alternatives to risky behaviors available to our children. Gorman stated in the speech (2006), There is no single magic answer to the social and academic challenges that our students face. The solution instead lies within each of us in this community – it is up to us to be involved in our schools, to teach our children the importance and the value of education and to make sure they achieve at the highest level possible. To raise our achievement levels, CMS needs help from every member of this community (Speech for the Greater Enrichment Program, 2006).
In today’s modern society, schools are sometimes forced to leave some children behind. However, for some multicultural students, the noble idea of not leaving a child behind has not yet been taken seriously with the general public and a lot of educational systems. This is why it is very important in my code of ethics for parents to be involved.
and learn differently from one another, in my code of ethics, parents should be brought into the learning process so that every child can learn the same way even though they will process it in a different. If school systems would accept this concept of diversity in learning, there would be no feeling of failure for the no child left behind program.
Things such as the abovementioned only form the apparentness and literalness of the behavior of American students. Because of their differing backgrounds and despite their oneness when it comes to opinionating, the ways in which they were brought up surely play the most significant factor on why they are who they are (Khramtsova and Saarnio 2007). Their behaviors are correlated with all the attributes they and their backgrounds possess. One such example is the success. A student in an American classroom can correlate his depression and be antisocial with the way he is performing academically. And also, lest it is forgotten, the behavior of American students inside the classroom depends somewhat upon their relationships with professors and faculty, because, after all, they are the ones who teach the subject and interact with students (Sorcinelli 1995).