How a Generator Works

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The first process that we must address is who, or whom the stakeholders are. The stakeholders in this situation are: firstly the parents, the children that will be attending the schools, residents that are around the schools, businesses that are in the area of the schools, teachers and the school officials, and finally the school district. Objections to be considered about the redrawing of the school district’s boundaries plan are:

• Quality of education • Increased travel time • Crossing economic and cultural boundaries • Affect on property values • Social effects on children

School officials will have to address each one of these objections in order to make the parents, students, school’s faculty, outlying businesses, and communities feel at ease with this new transition. When negotiating this scenario to support the school board’s need to have boundaries redrawn is to use a diagram showing the key points of the school boards concern and explaining all the points in detail to the stakeholders as to why the school’s boundaries being redrawn. The points for each concern that the board has would show the negative effects that may happen if redistricting is not implemented. The points that the board would have to address and are not limited to are:

• Overcrowding of the schools o Quality of education o Inadequate facilities o Fire, hurricane, earthquake, bomb threat, etc. evacuation plans o Transportation times (buses, student drop offs, etc.) o Cafeteria restraints (preparing, serving times, etc.)

Quality of education, the teacher to student ratio is a crucial key measurement for a quality education that a student can receive. When a class size is increased the students attention from the teacher decreases. If a teacher were to spend an equal amount of time with individual students in a day, then…...

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