1)Social Security is the largest federal expenditure program. It provides a pension for retired workers, cash benefits for survivors of workers who die before retirement, benefits for deceased workers’ children, and disability benefits, as well. It is considered a type of social insurance program funded through payroll contributions. It is also running out of money as our population ages.The massive retirement of the baby boomers is going to affect the Social Security system. In your opinion, what should be done in order to save the system? On the discussion board below, write an initial response of at least 250 words outlining at least two different policies you would propose to prevent Social Security from going bankrupt, and explain why you chose these from the options available.2)To successfully complete this activity, you must:Read about the landmark school funding case, Campaign for Fiscal Equity v. State of New York, which recognizes a causal link between funding and quality education.Next, read about Paynter v. New York, where plaintiffs claim that students who live in school districts with high levels of poverty and racial isolation are denied a sound, basic education because of inadequate funding, among other things.On the discussion board, write an initial post of 250 – 300 words reacting to what you’ve read. In particular, address the following questions:How much, if at all, does funding matter to educational quality?How much, if at all, is racial and economic integration necessary for a quality education?Should it make a difference whether school segregation is a result of economic factors, rather than government mandate, when the policy goal is to provide a sound, basic education?