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In north eastern North Carolina equality in education is anever-present struggle for students and parents alike A great deal ofcontroversy has encircled this matter and the schools have become amajor source of debate recently Education is the key to success inlife and the inequalities being faced by local students should not be apart of life in 2011 As a KIPP student education has become an absolute necessity in mylife Gaston College Preparatory has become a catalyst for change in theregions educational standards and being part of such a revolution isinspiring The local school districts inequity and seeming indifferencetowards the situation enrages my classmates and I The statistics of thenearby schools galvanizes KIPPs work and has motivated me to becomepart of several efforts for change Experiencing the age old separation of social classes and races Ihave found that the school systems are truly suffering due tosegregation of various groups Lack of engagement with different peoplehas affected the lives of students leading to intolerance and biasamongst the local youth Bigotry has been directed towards member ofvarious racial religious and economic backgrounds Schools in the areaespecially limit those in poverty creating districts that exclude thosenot as wealthy Only last month did the proposal of consolidating the schooldistricts arrive at the court and a lack of enthusiasm to change thecurrent problems has taken a toll on the community Disappointment withschool quality is a major factor in conversations and a constantdesire to better the system can be found in mine and many of myneighbors minds The debate for equal education continues to exist inour homes and schools and as a KIPP student I am determined to fightfor justice in my county
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