Liam claims that they help with concentration but Principal Schwarts says that there is no evidence about fidget spinners helping with concentration, and are disruptive to others. Fidget spinners should not be allowed in classrooms because they distract other students, they can hurt kids, and there is no concrete evidence that they help with concentration. One reason that I believe that fidget spinners should not be allowed at school is because they are disruptive to other students. Quiet fidget spinners can even be distracting. Teachers can even get distracted by these toys.
Although many schools allow this, others believe that schools can’t do Locker searches. Leaders of your school, should not be able to do it. Students have a right to have their personal items, in their chest. That is there, concealment for the year. Consequently why indiscriminate searches can’t be positive is, they do not want their ruler to see what all is in your chest.
Book burning, as an example of censorship, to keep the population ignorant as a way to keep power is exaggerated but censorship still poses a serious problem. Censorship is a negative influence on schools and education in general. Censorship is the forbidding, blocking, limiting, or obstructing access to information for whatever reason. When it is introduced into the school education system, it comes with some flaws and drawbacks not intended by the original effect by which safety is a colossal concern. When teachers assign research on a certain controversial or unsafe topic, it is not allowed to be surfed on the school grounds due to internet filters or lack of books concerning them how are the students expected to complete the assignment
Should Uniforms be Required? There has always been a debate about whether students should have to wear uniforms to school. However, evidence shows that kids shouldn’t have to wear uniforms because they are self-restricting, it can give their school a bad reputation, and they don’t stop bullying like people think it does. First, kids shouldn 't have to wear uniforms because they are self-restricting to the kids (Procon.) Students need to be able to develop their personal identity by dressing how they want.
This Web Page is Not Available The most annoying thing at school is clicking on a website and reading “This web page is not available”, meaning that the school 's webpage filter has blocked this site to students on the computer.The majority of students complain because they can 't get on a website. In the article School Web Filter Is Too Restrictive By Patrick Cloonan and Are the Web Filters at Your School Too Restrictive, By Katherine Schulten. Web filters are too restrictive because some important websites are blocked. Websites such as Pandora and Netflix should not be blocked. Also, some social media websites should not be blocked.
John Holt believes that schools has failed to teach children anything useful, believes that without school and all the works and stuff that have to be done learning things are actually fun, or useful. He believes that students lose their curiosity and confidence right when they walk into class because classes will destroy your mind and make you focus on one thing only. Also, he thinks that children need to explore outside and to challenge things and try things out, basically explore not sitting inside a room all day. Next, school has failed by not teaching us that learning is separate from living, can not be trusted to learn, and that you have to learn from someone else. Moreover, students have to be taught a certain way like by books or teacher and if not, if taught by yourself or from other real people it does not matter.
Do not speak to anyone about it, especially not to people who are not registered. Don’t pass information on to your friends or your family. Don’t post information on the Internet.” (Poznanski, p. 40) The reasoning for this isolation is to avoid suspicion, especially from outsiders who may not approve of the games illegal intentions. Often times, cults tend to believe that outsiders are dangerous. (HowStuffWorks) This can relate back to Erebos, considering that when suspicions arise in the outside world of the games content, the messenger gives the players the order to: “attend school every day and behave inconspicuously.” (Poznanski, p. 239) Overall, the clear objective of isolating players in Erebos is to indoctrinate them into accepting the rules for the well being of the cult as a
Many people believe that only nutritious drinks should be offered at school. They claim that by doing this, students will be healthier, and do better in school. However, I disagree with this policy, and would like to convince you why my opinion is correct. Even if you stop selling a particular product at school, students will always find some way to get it from somewhere else. I believe that you shouldn’t only offer nutritious drinks at school because they’re high in sugar, students will bring drinks from home, and students will boycott the vending machines.
Schools with dress codes like those take away freedoms that students will have in the real world. Also, the rule distracts them in class, because they can’t wear their favorite band shirt, so they must tell their friends about the band during class. Overall, school dress codes are unconstitutional and should be banned because they try to take away one of your inalienable rights.
Will did not connect with Dr. Lambeau because all Lambeau wanted was for Will to be a Math Genious. Holden also had a teacher, Old Spencer, try to get him to change his life but like Will the advice was to get his school work better and Holden didn’t want to hear that. Dr. Lambeau and Old Spencer both don’t connect with the protagonists and try to push them into school but neither want that so they both ignore the mentor. These mentors could not connect with Will or Holden which probably put their recovery backwards and hurt them more than it helped them. In Catcher in the Rye and “Good Will Hunting” the protagonists both have mentors that help them in varying degrees.
Standardized tests do not show individual student 's ability and cannot be based off of one test. Standardized tests should not be used in our schools and they need no longer to be used. Standardized tests do not help students and are not suitably beneficial to students later in life. Standardized tests should no longer be used because they do not help students but actually hurt them in some cases. America is a growing nation, and we see many foreign exchange students and different nationality students in our schools more often today.
Book Banning I think that the root problem with the book banning/burning was the level of maturity in the certain individuals affected. Both of these books were not made for children. I think the people in charge that banned Mr Vonnegurt’s book could have done better with their solution and the people at the Biloxi school came up with an adequate solution to the problem. An example is the book by Kurt Vonnegut, but they were still taught in the classroom. Then the directors of the school destroy his work of art because it was not kid friendly, even though they were the ones to put it into the school curriculum.
The students at Saltillo are not allowed to use lockers, but should be; they are allowed to be exempt from exams, but should not be. This might seem like a good thing to many students, but it actually the opposite. When the students who make A’s and B’s in high school make it to college, they have no clue how to study for, or take an exam, because they never had to before. By not forcing students to take exams, Saltillo High School is failing to fully prepare their students for life outside of high school. The changes that should be made to the rule book at Saltillo High School are minor but they would definitely make the school function a lot better and allow the students leave the school ready for what is to come.
In school, we are taught certain things that the schools’ want us to learn, but there are certain things they don’t teach us. Every person in this world, has the right to know about things and learn, whether it’s in school, or they teach themselves things that we aren’t taught in school. In the story, “Fahrenheit 451”, every person is censored and they aren’t allowed to read books, because the government does not allow them to, and there are firemen that burn all the books so no one will get a hold of them. In our time, the 21st century, we are censored from certain things the government does not want us to know, which is unfair because something could be going on in the world and only the government knows about it, so how are we supposed to
This is one of those debates that happens over and over again. My judgement on school uniforms is a yes and a no. It would stop bullying over clothing but it basically tells the kids that they can’t express themselves at school. School uniforms would stop distractions but the children would feel like they can’t show their differences in clothing like some kids like colorful stuff and some have traditional clothing and some like certain things that they like to dress in. School uniforms are not a bad idea but the flaw is how the uniforms affect the students minds.