Peculiarities of education of children of school age

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Television has become a “member” of almost every single family on our planet. And not just an ordinary member, but a very important one, because the time spent next to it exceeds the amount of time spent together with any other family member. You do not have to play with your little son after a hard working day. And instead of playing together and having emotional talks people prefer to watch an episode from a thriller. It is senseless to deny the all-embracing negative effect the existence of television has brought to our lives. But to make our point of view ultimately convincing we will introduce to your attention certain facts that people do not want to accept and often try to justify.

The models of life interactions given in the television are very exaggerated and garbled. Statistics have proved that the growth of time spent next to the TV-set scales up the development of aggression. Early exposure to sexual scenes may lead to early sexual contacts, with destroy the healthy development of a child. Young people are pressured by such an amount of sexual scenes and these scenes normalize casual sexual encounters. All the listed above may cause a trauma to a young consciousness and in combination with the violence may produce an unbalanced and unhealthy conduct. A person, especially a child that spends a lot of time next to the TV-set has a very high probability of damaging the eye mechanics and the ability to focus and pay attention.

Another negative influence that is connected with the sight is the spoiling of the hearing due to the shortage of auditory stimulation. Even if the programs watched are not violent, if they are watched per hours may have a deep impact on the personality, causing psychological and physiological problems. A child, or a person may become so much scared of what they had observed in the television that it might cause their depression and emotional misbalance. Television prevents children from doing their homework and adults from completing their work, influencing in a very bad manner the school grades and work productivity. It lowers the overage level of physical fitness of a person, breaking the coordination.

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Some researchers and experts have come up with estimates, however. Some make guesses based on census data, calculating how many undocumented children arrived before 2007 and have lived in the United States continuously since. Others use proxies, such as students who don’t provide social security numbers. Last month the Migration Policy Institute released figures based on 2014 census data.

It estimates that 365,000 high school students across the United States were eligible for DACA status, and that another 241,000 of DACA-eligible students were enrolled in college. Together, that’s roughly half, or 51 percent, of the DACA-eligible population of nearly 1. Even three years ago, 57,000 DACA-eligible people had already earned a four-year bachelor’s degree, according to the same Migration Policy Institute report. That’s 5 percent of a low-income population, most of whom were the first in their families to go to college. For comparison, 18 percent of the general U. 33 had a bachelor’s degree in 2014.