What happens when it 's not executed well? I guess I 'm accustomed to more bullish claims from executives of for-profit colleges. I don 't recall any of them saying, "We face powerful short-term incentives to shortchange students, but if we can resist those and manage to implement our model well over the long term we might find that the incentives exist for more student learning." Perhaps I should find Rosen 's honesty refreshing, but it 's just scary that he doesn 't realize how bad his descriptions sound. To wit: "The vast majority of the players in for-profit education work very hard to avoid succumbing to these short-term temptations."
I think utilitarianism basically means that doing what is right should be placed above all else. In Barnard Madoff case he stood against everything utilitarianism stood for. An example would running an illegal ponzi scheme he was not thinking about how the people he was taking money from were feeling he wanted it all for himself no matter how many people he had to step on to get it. According to Heather Salazar article Bernie Madoff: Greatest Ponzi Scheme in U.S. History she said Madoff was not interested in doing the right thing at all and because of this he let a lot of people down and caused a lot of unhappiness because of it (Salazar). If Bernard Madoff were to do the right thing he would not be in jail right now and if he couldn 't make the same amount of money was making illegally he would still be making a decent amount of it and it would have been clean instead of taken unwillingly from
The goal of the usage of this fact is to show readers this common term does not reflect real traits of smart people and can be treated as an insult because of that. It is one of the few examples of Fridman’s appeals to readers’ logic. The essay is based on general data; the author mentioned schools and universities promote negative attitude to smart students: “Nerds are ostracized while athletes are idolized” (Fridman). But he did not use any statistical or science data to support his position. For example, Fridman could provide data about scholarships and other types of funding for sports and other activities.
At the last meeting, the Board, instead of making the hard decision between two group’s interests, chose to placate both groups by spending unnecessary money in an attempt at political correctness. Godwin school feeling the random effect of this political correctness is complaining of this unfair bullying. On the budget, the discussion centered about removing paying for a study comparing whether indeed the Board bureaucracy and its central administration is too overbearing on the system or whether the amount of burden the central administration places on the system is typical for our
Finding a suitable place to live can be further complicated by not having gainful employment to sustain the offender’s cost of living. According to the research of Orrick and Vieraitis, (2015), there are some promising results found in evaluations of job assistance programs that combine pre, and post-release services coupled with agencies incentives for hiring ex-offenders. Notwithstanding income may meet short-term needs of ex-offenders, but Martin (2011) contends that financial literacy and asset ownership should cut down on recidivism. The biggest obstacle is the lack of education and work experience most especially for young offenders (Martin, 2011). The literature points to the lack of income and the inability to attain financial freedom legally as one of the primary variables that cause ex-offenders to reoffend.
Based on what you know about Swift and the internal evidence in "A Modest Proposal," how can you tell that the "proposal" in the essay is in fact the opposite of what the words themselves suggest? (10 Point) Swift’s use of obvious satire makes the reader infer what he is saying, is not as is actually implied. His use of satire when proposing the plan to save the town of the burdensome children, and overpopulation only helps further explain this is not one of his true thoughts. When he writes “....the poorer tenants will have something valuable of their own” he is saying they have nothing as valuable as the carcasses of the babies, which were viewed as a semi-renewable resource. Prompt C: In which of Alexander Pope's works does he twist the
Learning should already provide pleasure even without the offer of money, it should be an elysian . In the long run, students have lower than naturally motivated students. Schools shouldn’t be paying students for awesome grades because it leads to fights and arguments, students should only learn if they want to, and students have lower grades in the long run. To begin, schools shouldn’t pay students for worthy grades since it starts problems in the classroom. According to the Prairieecothrifter.com “ Should parents pay for good grades?,” “ NEA article claims: ‘ Many teachers also say paying students for excellent grades leads to practical problems in their
They, to quote Willis (2004, p. 172), also possess an insight 'with respect to their own conditions of existence.' An aggressive identity capital , for some males, is perceived as a far more feasible route to success than schooling. According to Hourigan (2011, p.48) teenagers from the city's poorest estates, see little reason to stay in school as they believe that they have little chance of future employment. Resistance to school is thus based on the perception that no amount of education would be sufficient to overcome the stigma that came with living in Limerick's local authority housing estates. Stella describes some of the men in her local estate in the following
In this story, it is clear that Seferino does not have adequate life experience to help him in analyzing situations. He just applies the little knowledge he has had so far and relates it to Romero’s case (Stanford 527). This results in a rush decision, that is reached without proper analysis of the scenario. From an educated perspective, Romero can only be paid using money and this is the perception help by Seferino. This is why Einstein says that education can interfere with a person’s learning.
(Alpert,1991) In the equivalent situation, while the children were valued as same as garbage during the time they cannot acquire an A, the parents may show their family cultural domination-academic is important and the one cannot achieve the aim will be punished- to their children directly or indirectly and thus they may attempt to resist this disadvantaged situation by misbehavior. According to Rolf Loeber and Magda Stouthamer-Loeber, the professor and associate professor of psychology in University of Pittsburgh, they investigated that authoritative parenting is a frequent but ineffective method using by the parents, who usually impose physical punishment for disciplining. In the consequence, the children’s delinquency will escalate by becoming much more outright or