Curfews Curfews are regulations that require people to remain indoors between specified hours, specifically at night. Many people believe that curfews aren't very effective for a teenage kid, and they think that curfews can make teenagers sneak out behind their parent’s back and cause them to be in trouble. However, Curfews should be taken very seriously and they should be imposed by parents on their teenage children. Curfews are very important; they keep teenagers out of trouble and teaches them responsibility and respect. Parents usually set a curfew for their teenage children, in order to keep them safe and protected One reason that parents should set a curfew for their teenage kids is to keep them safe and protected.
Manufacturing Teen Curfews Mandatory curfews have been instituted throughout the country as a means to help teenagers. Too many teenagers get themselves involved in criminal or deadly behavior. Curfews have been proven to help those young people with decreasing their fun time and increasing their work times. There are those, teenagers in particular, who believe that curfews violate their rights to freedom. Some people also say that curfews don't help at all.
Most young teenager they decide what to do with their friends when their parents is not with them. They take many life risk while being in the streets alone or with their criminals friends. Our society should be concerned about the teens crimes because, each years it increase and many young youth are becoming teenagers will look up to the criminal’s friend’s or they could also become a criminal. Everyone should help adolescent to be focus at school so, they could become someone important in
Additionally, children are told “Be yourself” or “Express yourself” from celebrities, teachers and some even parents, but how can one express a limit or rule? How can a shirt or a logo inhibit someone’s learning? Schools can restrain children’s clothes, but not their individuality. No human is alike, after all, America says we accept all and that we are the “melting pot” of people; and yet our schools are allowed to say otherwise? In 1969, this was considered unconstitutional in the case, Tinker v. Des Moines.
I believe that teens should know the right from wrong. They should know that murdering for any reason is wrong, there are other ways to solve things. Some people argue that teens shouldn't be sentenced to life in prison because they are still young and can mature. Their is no real way to know if these teens that committed these crimes have matured. Studies show that teens brains are not fully developed until the age of
Some restrictions include having no passengers, a curfew, and no cellphones. A Utah Department of Health spokesman, Jenny Johnson, states that when parents or guardians put restrictions on their young and less experienced children, it lessens the crash rate and gives kids the chance to think about how to deal with responsibility (Collins and Cortez). This also ties back to kids with kids needing to be responsible. Although many people state that teens act too immature, they don’t include the part about parents being able to give their newly licensed teens restrictions. Although many think the driving age should be raised to eighteen, I think that the driving age should stay at sixteen because of the stated reasons.
It 's fair to agree with a policy that claims stringent dress codes increase the emphasis on academics and reduce the pressure of socioeconomic status; however, these dress codes violate the students First Amendment right to freedom of expression and the parents’ Fourteenth Amendment right to raise their children in their own way. In 1969, the U.S. Supreme Court case Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District upheld the right to freedom of speech of students to protest the Vietnam war by wearing black armbands. The case explained the problem that “students do not “shed their constitutional rights to freedom of speech or expression at the schoolhouse gate.” (Student) As students, we are free to express ourselves through what we wear. As students, we have every right to proclaim our beliefs
Not wanting to admit to drinking “…Which can make rebellious teenagers sneak off to basements and backwoods to binge drink far from adult supervision” (CNN). A lot of teens feel the thrill of breaking the law and having their parents not know. Knowing that they shouldn’t be drinking is that “rebellious” side of the teens. If
For many years and throughout the United States children have been disobeying rules as well as the law. Children are usually taught right from wrong but there are some that still choose to do what they want to do and go against their parent’s rules and the laws that are set within the states that they reside. So, once a child has made the decision to break a law and commit a crime, they are considered to be a juvenile delinquent. Most juveniles are either given rehabilitation or they are placed in a juvenile detention center, but it only depends on the type of charge they are receiving from the crime they have committed. Throughout this research I will be discussing a case of a juvenile who was waived to adult status.
Why Kids Should Have Curfews Curfews may not be ideal for the everyday high school student, but curfews play a really important role in making good grades. Also containing energy throughout the day and protecting kids throughout the night from kidnappings or serious car accidents. Curfews have become less and less thought about as the years go by, almost seeming like the past parents were stricter than today’s parents. Curfews are something that will have to become more relevant in today’s world with all the technology present to today’s kids. Of course the kids are going to be sidetracked from doing their homework or studying because of technology.