It is a goal of every teacher to ensure that students get access to all resources which will
guarantee their success. In order to realize high-quality learning students require these resources
for example learning materials, teachers, and instructions. The fact is a number of students
require more assistance in order to get there. Treating everyone the same does not necessarily
mean there is equality, to some extent, it might encourage an inequality which already is in play.
Low-income students who are not performing well and Non-English speaking students, for them
to catch up they require more resources. Ensuring that they have adequate funding and
exceptional teachers will provide a smooth ground in providing them with a quality education
just like other advantaged students.
We should be aware that children come from different ethnic groups, languages, social
classes and race. Failure to consider these diversities can make teachers and schools unable to
understand the students in terms of their behaviors which can make students invisible. The way
students learn can be influenced by their identities and should not be used as an excuse to bring
down our expectations or shun their backgrounds. Accepting diversity in some way means that
we should make their provisions. Linguistic and cultural backgrounds of the students should be
seen as a strength where teachers can work from and pedagogy changes that can have a positive
impact on the lives of the students. All students need to be provided with educational equity,
hence, identities and cultures should not be viewed as a problem, and instead, they should be
used as valuable assets where strengths can be drawn from. Equality is synonymous with
ensuring the playing field is well leveled (Fredrick, 1990).
Culture is an essential part of anyone’s life hence any person should be allowed to have a
sense of belonging. Culture involves traditions, values, political and social inclinations which are