Discuss how your worldview will impact your decision-making about one of the following:
Taking a daily medication to manage a health condition you wish you didn’t have.
Participating in an advance care planning discussion related to your preferences about life-sustaining treatment following a sudden neurological injury from which you are not likely to recover.
Exploring the use of complementary or alternative medicine treatment.
In the Human Rights and Education Book, “Government and public figures have expressed concern that many young people leave school after ten or more years of compulsory education…” is written. In searching of the fact, the literacy rate of different states of India, USA and UK is not growing as expectations due to racism. The schools that are funded by the local property tax and government funds are still discouraging the students of poor areas and families. Some students are not getting chances to read in high standard national schools due to their economic conditions. The equality in education in India, USA and UK isn’t going with the constitution. The legacy of marking the minority people and differentiate from the mainstream society is still in these three nations. In India the Karma Dorjee and ORS v Union of India case studies, torture reports on Dalits, and several incidents of brutality against north-eastern students have proved that discrimination in the 21st century’s India is playing active role. In US two case studies, McLaurin v Oklahoma University and Brown v Board of education proves that the first world country has nurtured the racial discrimination in education. Abbott v. Burke case (1985-2011) is showcasing the discrimination history’s repetition in modern century. UK is not behind in the list. It is in the recent times that famed sociologist Henry ford had remarked that racism and the discrimination on the basis of race, ethnicity or cultural disparities remain an integral part of everyday ethnic life of the English people. Ford says that though the Englishmen appear t>GET ANSWER