Miami City, Florida has a population of approximately four hundred thousand (400,000), people as per 2010 census, which is two percent of the state’s population (U.S. Census Bureau, 2018). The population per square mile is approximately 11,000. Eighteen percent of the city’s population is aged below eighteen years with approximately 50.6% being female. Moreover, whites who represent 75.4% of the population dominate the city. High school education level graduate index between 2013 and 2017 was at 75.6%. On the contrary, college and university education level graduate index was 26.3%. The median household income was reported at approximately $33,000 while a poverty index of 25.8% was registered (U.S. Census Bureau, 2018).
With the city registering low post-high school graduate level, I would suggest for an interactive educational program financially supported by the government authorities for the generation above the age of eighteen years to cater for the majority of the youthful population. The program should ensure tertiary education remains available to all irrespective of economic gaps in society (Agherdien, Mey & Poisat, 2018). The program would also introduce learning progress flexibility such as part-time and full-time classes to allow work and family balance. The program would also encourage adaptive learning with the intent to personalize learning to match student specific education needs.
The diverse nature of the education program which aims at meeting the needs of each student is likely to get massive support from students from white families due to their focus on career and family success (Agherdien, Mey & Poisat, 2018). The program is as well likely to receive acceptance due to its affordability through institutional and government support. However, parents’ busy and irregular work schedules are likely to reduce the efficacy of the program implementation. Again, the whites’ perception as “already successful” would inhibit successful application of the program hence reducing the number of the whites enrolling and graduating for post-high school education.
Agherdien, N., Mey, M., & Poisat, P. (2018). Factors Impacting on Students’ Readiness for Higher Education. Africa Education Review, 15(1), 52-71. doi:10.1080/18146627.2016.1224596
C, U., Census. (2018). U.S. Census Bureau QuickFacts: Miami city, Florida; Florida. Retrieved May 22, 2019, from https://www.census.gov/quickfacts/fact/table/miamicityflorida,fl
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