George's family lives in a large house in an exclusive community,drives new cars every year,and frequently takes lavish vacations.Both of his parents work full time and are well paid,but never have enough money to pay for all the expensive things they enjoy.Their credit card debt is exorbitant and they are considering filing for bankruptcy.This is an example of ______ poverty.
A critical view toward the poor holds the belief that those who live in poverty are a/an ______ who are more likely to be illiterate,use drugs,commit crimes,have unstable relationships,and not care about their children or their education.
Teachers at a Title I middle school were overheard discussing the low test scores of their impoverished students.Their comments included "They just don't try," "They were not taught to value achievement," and "Their parents don't care,so what do you expect?" What perspective is reflected in these teachers' comments?
An urban homeless shelter hired teachers to go to the shelter in the evening to provide extra support to the children who stayed there.Which suggestion for collaborating with the families of students who are homeless did the shelter follow?