In order to return to the main campus, they must score in the top fifty of all students in each subjects on both the midterm and final. This is nearly impossible due to the lack of funds allocated to Class E. Students in Class E receive equipment far worse than peers. Their school building is molding and their equipment is breaking down. The headmaster even intervenes occasionally to ensure that the Class E cannot improve. He sabotages all efforts for the class to improve itself academically by assigning new and inexperienced teachers to a poor study environment.
Smartphones are not making making people intelligent because of grades, and their discipline towards others. Students have their cellphones on when they are in their classes and especially when the teachers are teaching in the class the students are using cellphone. That’s how kids are unintelligent because they don’t pay attention in the class, they don’t really learn and just be on their phone. “Exam scores climbed by as much as 6% in schools that imposed strict bans on cell phones” ( Kedmey). This quote means that exam scores went up by 6% when the school banned cell phones for kids.This supports my reason 1 because in my reason i talked about students have their cellphones in class and because of that their grades dropped down, they don’t pay attention in the class because of their cellphone and their grades dropped down.
The term school break-in refers to unauthorized entry into a school building when the school is close like after office hours, on weekends or school holidays. There are three types of school break-in. The three categories are nuisance break-in, professional break-in and malicious break-in. The nuisance break-in are in which the youth would break-in into the building but would not take anything or nothing in value. The professional break-in are in which the youth use high risk in order to enter the building and they would go into the storage room to remove expensive equipment and they would receive money from what they do.
The next day both of the students are lost in thought and have no clue about what the quiz is about, as a result, both students most likely failed that quiz for not listening and for having a phone in the middle of class. As a result, many people and students might think that having a phone can be good during school hours. However, they should not use phones during school hours. Taking a phone can cause students to cheat, cyber-bully, (a student or in some cases even a teacher) and it can be a serious distraction to everyone in the classroom. Students are taking too much advantage of cell phone use and that is just not right.
This is just an examples of the book The Catcher in the Rye being banned or censored. Even people getting fired from their job for assigning their student to read them. There are just so many different cases of teachers getting fired, words needing to be censored, and parents complaining. Clearly, parents or adults do not like other reading The Catcher in the Rye. “Banned from English classes at the Freeport High School in De Funiak Springs, Fla. (1985) because it is "unacceptable" and "obscene.
School Suspensions Suspension is a good punishment for misbehaving, but do they really want to be punished by not going to school for a couple of days? Suspensions are used to punish a student who has committed a minor crime in school. Usually kids are committing a “crime” because something has hurt them inside and they’re just trying to show what they’re feeling against the person that made them feel bad. So, is the student really responsible for their actions? Although school suspensions can be useful whenever a student misbehaves, the punishment can sometimes not even affect the student behavior against other students, limit students from learning new curriculum and passing their grade, and could possibly affect their career life.
One student states that the Administrator was using a "choke hold" on them, while the other student states the Administrator had the other student held in a "full nelson and putting her on her face". Either method of restraint or action, could lead to serious injury to the restrained student. In addition, the male student, when questioned by guardians about the incident, indicated that the Administrator, who had been restraining the female student, began threatening him in a profane and violent manner after he was being restrained himself, by other school staff. School officials not only ignored the statements of the students, they also did not see fit to even question the students as to the events leading to their involvement. Furthermore, school officials, when questioned by guardians/caretakers of these students as to the findings of the alleged abuse by the Administrator, denied knowledge of these allegations, nor followed up with guardians after they requested an
Students when getting caught cheating always have an excuse to why. In the article,“Cheating Perceptions and Prevalence Across Academic Settings” by Kelly Honz says,” Students often blame their cheating on teachers’ failure to explain cheating adequately.” Honz explains that students will make up anything than to say the truth. Honz also explains that students feel that the teacher doesn’t give them a good understanding towards the teachers ways in academic dishonesty. As cheating continues in U.S. Schools, the aftereffects are starting to greatly take on. In Today’s age, The effects of cheating go further than a couple of assignments.
In Stabroek News’ “Cell Phones Should not be allowed in schools“ a secondary student from West Demerard secondary school says that cell phones in class “Disturb other students who are trying to study”. Although most students would just say that they should look away or mind their own business and stop looking at what they are doing, it is very difficult for students to take their mind off of lsomething that has distracted them from their previous task, however brief it was. Students will get sidetracked easily by the sound of a phone ringing if not making sure it wasn’t theirs, they are trying to figure out whose did go off. If their friend is smiling or laughing at something on their phone they will want to see it too. If they decide to try to take a photo their friends and people near them will try to lean into it and attract attention of nearly half of the
Mostly, a minority of students who were bullied and the most people are bully. The bullying in social media that make students feel embarrassment due to the students felt like they were being beaten in public. The effects of life in school which are students do not want to go to school because they feel lonely and scared to face other people. There are many people that scandalize, persecute and dispraise to students about rude pictures or something on social media. Sometimes, they just a child so they cannot handle in this situation and the feeling enough lead to they do not know how to solve this problem and feel worse.