“You have to go to college.”, “College is very important.”. College is the main topic in a life depending conversation between people. The youthful generations are always told to go to college after high school, even though this may motivate the youth to get a higher education, not many can afford the big amount of money. Moreover, it is also very difficult to get a full academic scholarship to a college, not to mention top colleges such as Harvard, Stanford and even Princeton. In all fairness, is college really worth the trouble or is it just a way to drain people both financially, physically and mentally?
Not only this but if colleges start paying the athletes and the schools end up having to kick out smaller programs. this could lead to them kicking out a programs that some students have scholarships for, leaving them high and dry to pay for college themselves. So in the long run it will hurt the school and other students. This could even end up leaving the college in a bad place to where some lose so many students it has
That causes a student a lot of stress with all the hard work they do during the years it seems like a waste when it comes down to a test to graduate it can be very discouraging. So in conclusion i feel Standardized tests can hinder more than help our students by limiting teaching, creating stress when it comes to graduating, putting a limit on learning for the student and teaching for the teachers. We need to have a second look at the real benefit of Standardized tests and if it is worth our students self
Plagiarism is considered a form of cheating. The punishment has changed from a zero grade to expulsion. A lot of students who cheat, are only fooling themselves. Now, in college, cheating will place an academic warning on your official transcript, making it visible to other institutions. I am going to come clean, about cheating in the far past.
It is Barthel’s belief that technology is at the root of the cheating issue and the best way to fix this problem is by instilling an honor code. I concur with this belief and think technology is there to help students, but it becomes an issue when students lose their sense of integrity. Therefore, I agree that the best solution to solve the cheating issue is to create an honor code system at every college. To begin with, most people don’t understand what constitutes as cheating or how often that it occurs. I believe that increasing the awareness of cheating will help instill greater integrity in the college students in turn lowering the rate of cheating.
I have had a hard time pinpointing my exact thoughts while going through a form of cognitive dissonance. I tell myself “You don’t know what other people have gone through, so you can’t justify the argument.” But after telling myself that is an unfair accusation, I have come to a better understanding of why I disagree with it solely on the purpose of academia. The main problem I come across is where do you draw the line? At what point would students simply use this as an excuse to avoid class and what happens if it were to become something that is a daily disturbance in class? I also believe that teachers would have to alter their syllabi and classwork fastidiously to make sure each and every student would feel comfortable.
Cheating comes with major consequences. Cheating in high school and college are two diverse things. Unlike High School if caught cheating the student doesn’t just receive a failing grade on the assignment and receive detention. Students fail the entire class, possible suspension or explosion. Depending on the college you are attending and their rules and consequences vary, in Jan Archer’s article “The Effects on Students Who Get Caught Cheating in College” it is explained that if caught cheating it goes onto your permanent record.
Although it isn 't, by any means, an honest way to accomplish something, but is commonly used to gain an advantage or improve one 's standing. There are several forms of cheating, and we 'll discuss three in this essay. Most people believe that cheating is wrong, placing their competitors at a disadvantage and ruining the competition 's purpose; it is never right to cheat, even if it would seemingly eliminate the problems and improve conditions involving the dilemma. Cheating on tests and plagiarizing is occasionally found in high schools, and would be a frequent occurring if all the cheaters were caught; it 's become a normal commodity for students who are no longer interested in obtaining sufficient grades by themselves, and would rather slack off, steal someone else 's work, and succeed that way. Not only does this apprehend their learning, it also appropriates a
Even, with increased training and education, most of the college campuses have much longer way to go for decreasing the intensity and number of assaults and the incidents have immense negative impact on the society and people around us. Some awareness is given to the students with an objective to eliminate the incidents of sexual assaults from the college campuses. Wilhelm states, at present some awareness activities are going on in the colleges. Students are
Standardized tests have many positive effects, but not everybody sees these positive effects. Many people think the practice of standardized testing should be canceled, partially because like stated earlier, they believe that the tests are inaccurate and allow room for a lot of error. They think that these tests are also too expensive to keep using. Along with these two reasons these people believe that teachers teach to the test which in turn narrows the educational curriculum. This means that instead of teachers teaching what they want to teach (which could result in students knowing different things), they now would teach a standardized version of it.