Not enforcing drug tests does not mean that schools should allow drug use, but rather learn unique tactics to aid in the progression to end it correctly. Being a recent high school graduate, I have seen the debilitating outcomes of young adult 's self-destructive actions pertaining to drug abuse. Therefore, I believe my knowledge on the topic and ideas to fix it is justified. While doing an array of other projects on the misuse of drugs, I have learned that statistics show that students do not decrease their drug usage because of screenings. They simply begin to feel targeted and that they are guilty before proven innocent.
And right now, drug testing is a way for schools to show they are Doing Something, even though they are accomplishing nothing¨(para. 9). Drug testing does not help the problem but it also doesn 't make it any worse. Instead of drug testing these kids we need to do something to help them. That helps them better themselves and their lives, but drug testing athletes is not going to help when the majority of the time it isn´t the athletes who are doing drugs (other than steroids).
Drug testing proves if a teen is doing drugs or has done them in the past. One good reason is the school has the resources to put you into a program to help before you get addicted, It is also easier way to deal with families and gossip throughout the school. Another reason is that it is easier to get caught by the school then by your parents because it is unexpected and accurate. Another reason is the 4th amendment states “unreasonable searches¨ But this one is very reasonable. Our last reason is that is stops and helps peer pressure go away.
The best way to help is to talk to a professional about the teen’s issue. Therapy, rehab, or other medical practices could help the teen out. Parents should also get involved by giving advice to their children or seek out help even if the child doesn’t want to. It’s best to help the teen early on when it’s easier to quit and before it’s too late when they become a drug addict. It’s better for them and our society to not have teens doing
Jails are not teaching prisoner's anything. Young children and adults sell drugs to provide for themselves and there should be law enforcements focusing on drugs. They also discussed how the DARE program didn't really work to prevent drug abuse because it gets young kids to know what these drugs are. Now as they teach children that drugs are harmful to your health, most kids don't listen or follow the direction of what they're told to do. Some children will follow that rule but with others, they wouldn't pay attention.
Toxic metals affect the body and affect your mental health, may be slow for people who don’t have disorders but it effects ADD children a lot worse. ADD children are still normal people they just struggle with certain things and to different degrees. We shouldn’t kick them out of school or disregard them just because they have a problem. We have to be patient and work with them. Vaccinations are injections of live bacteria or viruses into a child with a weak immune system, but vaccinations can cause a problem for the
Thus meaning no one is scared to take them as they know that they will be let off the hook. I have a second hypothesis that I will be looking into as well: The people using sport enhancing drugs are using them for appearance more than they are for sport. The two main questions I will be focusing on are as follows: Why are boys using the drugs, for appearance or for doing better in sport and is this because they are being put under a lot of pressure by piers and parents? If the consequences for taking the drugs were more strict and harsh would this cause less and less people taking or using the drug? The research that I will display in this booklet will be mainly from surveys that I will give St Johns boys to full in and report back to me giving me their input on what they think and then I will go around and find out a lot of information from other resources that will be useful to stop the using of sport enhancing drugs among school boys and other sports out there.
Here they see their rights to privacy, an implied “other” right in the ninth Amendment is being interfered with. As for many of these parents they have a strong belief that the school is invading their privacy. Students are, more times than not, on some type of medication. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, when these drug test are conducted they can detect not only illicit drugs but everyday medications that students take, such as, OxyContin and Vicodin. By the school having knowledge of medications students take outside of school for various injuries and mental issues the students can feel unsafe and that there is no longer a barrier of privacy between them .
This is a very hot topic in schools around the country. So many schools want to allow phones, but students misuse them and then get them taken away. In other schools they don’t want to allow phones because they are addicting, cause distracted learning, and are not safe. I think we shouldn’t allow phones in school because they have many harmful effects on children. The first reason that I don’t think we should allow phones in school is because people are addicted to their phones and want to be on them instead of learn.
If there any people who said that the sex education is not appropriate to be taught in school, it is not really right. In fact, the sex education will be the influenced element for the future of our young generation. Therefore, the government should be open-minded considering teenagers’ reproductive health by including sex education in the curriculum. (Restating the main point) Why does the government tend to reject insert sex education content to the curriculum if it has a positive impact for the young generation? Although the government said that the sex education is enough to give in a seminar or in biology class.