Read Environment and food, Colin Sage, Routledge, 2012 chapter 1 and 4 and write a reaction essay organized logically in essay format with sub-headings. Written in complete sentences, avoiding run-on sentences written at the college level. Please answer the following questions in essay format 1. what did you like? 2. what did you not like? 3. what surprised you? 4. what data jumped out? 5. what do you agree with? 6. what do you disagree with? must be in your own words written at the college level. please use 6 quotations must be cited properly.
hools must be aware of the requirement under the general duty to have due regard when carrying out their duties to; Eliminate discrimination, harassment and victimisation Advance equality of opportunity between people with disabilities and non-disabilities Foster good relations between disabled and non-disabled people. All staff, students, parents and users of the educational institutions have to comply with this general duty with regard to disabilities. The specific duty requires schools to show how they are meeting the general duty. The specific duty is about how a school sets out to meet its general duty and how this evidence will be recorded to show what the school has done. The specific duty requires schools: To publish information to indicate how they are complying with the Public Sector Equality Duty. To prepare and publish one or more specific and measurable equality objectives. These objectives must be achievable within the context of the school and available resources. (Hills 2012) An example of a measurable objective would be; By the end of 2014-2015 the % of SEN students at SA+ achieving GCSE Mathematics will increase from 36.4% to 40%. Strategies will then need to be identified showing how the staff and school will aim to achieve this objective. The Equality Act and effects on SEN provisions within schools The EA has now strengthened the promotion of inclusion within mainstream schools through anti-discrimination procedures and reasonable adjustment requirements. This now legally requires schools to ensure provision of additional support for learning when any child or young >GET ANSWER