Socioeconomic status is often thought of in the most basic meaning, financial fluidity. While money does buy access to a multitude of educationally relevant experiences and resources, money can not buy things like cultural awareness, peer and social interactions, life experiences or familial support. These things that come secondary in the discussion of socioeconomic status are imperative for educators to be aware of and from educators to seek to confront. There are many educational strategies and supportive actions educators can take to support students who lack in these area.
Year Manuscript Completed
Senior Project Advisor
Dr. Miguel Gomez
Bachelor of Integrated Studies Degree
Field of Study
Madding, Jessica, "The Other Side of Socioeconomic Status" (2019). Integrated Studies. 204.