Sadly, this question has never been answered. The amount of interest in education and acceptance of individuality is soon lost after finishing this system. Overall, public schooling and the system should support everyone has their own individuality, interests, opinions, and positions. Schooling shouldn’t rob students from these valuable qualities since they will define who we are as adults. They should support us not to conform to society and be the person you are, rather than enforcing it in their school rules.
It appears that Ms. Williams has the right to put up a bulletin board of the nativity scene, as an expression of her faith, as long as the bulletin board does not substantially interfere with student discipline and school operation. While I do think there are students and staff who oppose the bulletin board and what it stands for and thus tension at school could increase, I do not foresee it to increase so much as to hinder a climate conducive to learning. Therefore, allowing the nativity bulletin board to stay up does not violate the right to freedom of
Holden’s traits go against every typical trait and ethos for a Kwaj Kid. For this reason Holden Caulfield would neither fit in nor create peers on Kwajalein. Firstly, the isolation that Holden feels and places himself into is not appeasing to me and certainly would not to other Kwaj Kids that would potentially befriend him. Besides from anti-social cliques, Kwaj Kids are not the type to stay indoors and isolate themselves. When I first arrived here from the states, I was greeted by Abigail Bishop, Jordan Rice,
If someone was silenced on that site then there would be a violation of rights, however, that is not the case. Since this was done on school property and part of the curriculum students speech do not have to be respected to such degree. In conclusion educators such as the principal cannot violate the First Amendment by exercising his power of editorial censorship over the content of student speech in a school-sponsored extracurricular activity as they protect certain potential concerns, such as teen
I have a right to my own opinions, and they deserve to be heard. I am not going to argue with you by giving you this, I just feel like I am entitled to my opinion, and there are many kids in our class who feel the same way, but are too afraid to speak it. This is on behalf of those kids, and myself. Again, I don’t want to disrespect
It is if they do not have their necks to their ankles covered their brain stops working. You can not judge a book by its cover because what you see on the outside is not what is on the inside. It should not matter what someone wears to school it is about how they perform in school. “Rules are rules, I get it. But the more I thought about it, the more I realized that this dress code has nothing to do with clothes.” “It wasn’t about keeping teenagers from wearing whatever they wanted to defy authority or to fit in.
School safety is an issue that most adults never could have seen themselves being concerned about when they were kids. Since the laws were written, times have changed. Being given the second amendment right to defend themselves does not constitute the idea that Americans can have semi-automatic rifles. Changing times mean that weapons are advancing along with all the other technology. The average person does not need a semi-automatic rifle to defend themselves.
Most importantly both teachers followed, p-1.1 “Above all, we shall not harm children. We shall not participate in practices that are emotionally damaging, physically harmful, disrespectful, degrading, dangerous, exploitative, or intimidating to children” (http://www.naeyc.org/files/naeyc/file/positions/pseth05.pdf). There were three major causes to the differences I witnessed. First was experience, Miss P had been teaching much longer and knew what to expect and how to react. Next was child to adult ratio.
But, having school uniforms or a "dress-code" isn’t something for the students to worry about. But requiring students to wear a school uniform would limit what they could wear. This problem shouldn’t stop them from progressing in their classes. But the point of having a school is to educate the students, it's not a fashion show. There are numerous amounts of people that bully others because of their, "style of clothing".
It was not a burden to anyone else. Armbands are a symbol, and they did not inflict their beliefs upon anyone. Forta stated that "the record fails to yield evidence that..." They only criticized a few of the students, and they did not do anything to the rest of them. Everyone that thinks that students should not wear armbands have good reasons. Symbols of war are a threat to the school.
Nonetheless, it should not even have to be a law to not express racism; people should have the audacity and respect to know better than to say those things. Essentially, racism has not ended in today’s society. I cannot seem to grasp the concept that someone could downgrade someone for something that does not define him or her as a person. I think this rule would be very beneficial in the university systems and help end social tension between the students who attend the