Name Instructor Course Date Annotated Bibliography Introduction After every disaster the children often suffer most of the social consequences including trauma stress and social integration issues with relocating to new areas. School-going children in the New Orleans suffered a number of challenges attached to the damages caused by the hurricane Katrina. The government on the other hand moved in to effect a number of changes in the schools. Some of the policies were successful while others took longer to realize any positive outcomes. This research seeks to unveil the challenges that faced the education system in New Orleans post-hurricane Katrina and the benefits that came with the radical changes thereafter. Body Brown Emma. "Katrina Swept Away New Orleans' School System Ushering in New Era". Washington Post 2015 www.washingtonpost.com 03/katrina-swept-away-New-Orleans-school-system-ushering-in-new-era/?utm_term=.92 b57cb663ef. Accessed 22 Mar 2018. Emma in this article highlights how the hurricane Katrina brought to an end an education victims of the Katrina. It is thus very credible. I will use it to back up the social impact caused by the hurricane Katrina on school-goers from the point of view of time lost social integration in their new settlements and economic losses stalling affordability of quality education. Conclusion As evidenced above the hurricane wrought with it psychosocial problems to the children. In the short-term New Orleans experienced challenges with a difficult academic environment. The administrators changed with an increased white population in the boards and committees. On the other hand children suffered from stress and trauma when remembering the effects of the hurricane. There was social rejection in the new areas. In the long-run the changes by the state have wrought success with New Orleans being the leading board with chartered schools and academic performance. The state has also realized between social services with a market-based education system. [...]
Changes in education since Hurricane Katrina Due Date: Friday, March 30th by 11:59 p.m. Length Requirement: 600 words. Any paper that falls below the length requirement will lose points. Any paper under 550 words will lose 15 pts. Any paper under 500 words will lose 25 pts.) Format: Paper must be in correct essay format (MLA Style). Any paper that does not follow MLA style will lose points. The paper must follow the correct format for an annotated bibliography. REFER TO SAMPLE ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON FORMATTING. The paper must be in correct essay format. This includes: correct heading: student's name, instructor's name, course and date in Times New Roman font with type size of 12 The paragraphs must be double spaced. However, because of the formatting of each entry (the entries will follow the same format as a Works Cited page), students may triple space between paragraphs. The Bibliography must follow the following guidelines: MLA, 8th edition must be used for the citations. Information on citing sources in MLA 8th edition can be found in the Hacker handbook, Practical Argument, Ch. 10, and on the Canvas source site. The paper must include a minimum of five sources. The sources must be in alphabetical order. The sources must include the proper annotations. Information on the annotations can be found below and in the sample paper posted below this link for additional information. The paper must have an introduction and a conclusion. WHAT IS AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY? An annotated bibliography is a list of your sources for your research paper. This list may include newspaper articles, journal articles, books, websites, interviews, documentaries, and other resources. The purpose of the annotated bibliography is to inform the reader of a source’s content, accuracy and relevance to your research paper. GUIDELINES: The paper must include five outside sources that you intend to use for your research paper. For each source, you will include the following: The source/citation must be in correct MLA format (8th edition.If you have the 2nd edition of Practical Argument, do not use Ch. 10. This is the old edition for MLA Works Cited. Use the 3rd edition of the text, the Hacker handbook or the links posted on Canvas). Below each citation, you will include the following: Summary: What is the main argument of the source? What topics are covered? If someone were to ask you what the article or book is about, what would you say? Does your entry both summarize the source without including minutia? Assessment/Analysis: Is it a useful source for your prospective project? How does it compare with other sources in your bibliography? Is the information reliable? Is this source biased or objective? What is the goal of this source? Reflection: Was this source helpful to you? How does it help you shape your argument? How can you use this source in your research project? Has it changed how you think about your topic? The sources must be in alphabetical order. Refer to the sample annotated bibliography for proper formatting. Introduction: Introduce your topic and your intent. Your thesis should introduce your sources. Annotated Bibliographies: Discuss your sources for your research paper. Each paragraph will contain the following: One citation in proper MLA format Summary Assessment/Analysis Reflection III. Conclusion: The paper should have a conclusion that wraps up the entire paper.