Education quality and standards have been severely hampered by the lack of funds especially in minority communities. Attempts made in improving the educational productivity go back to the 19th century. During this period, the main financers of public schools were towns and cities. Reforms on the varieties and efficiencies of the education system have mandated spending as a priority in budgets. Minority communities have to contend with the low funds available thereby employing fewer teachers, while services offered to the students are low in quality. In order to improve achievement in education in minority communities, increased spending is vital.
The relationship between funding in schools in the minority communities and the quality of achievements is dependent on the management of the available funds, increased spending and boosting of the desperate institutions. Clear controls on management of the funds have significant impact on the educational achievement. Highly effective teachers, on sustainable salaries can significantly raise the standards of the minority communities, as well as serve encouragement to the non-school going children. In addition, standardization is necessary to bridge the gap between the minority communities and the whites.
The education system revolves around financial support base on the established institution mechanisms, educational achievement and the quality standards of the services offered by the stakeholders. Minority communities are the worst affected with lower standards and achievement as compared to the whites. The source of all this is due to low funding or lack thereof in such schools. Increased spending is encouraged, while proper management of available funds is important in curbing the struggles in minority communities. Reforms with clear guidelines on control systems should be instituted along more spending.