The cell phones should be used only by school administrators and crisis team members as a crisis management resource tool, not the hundreds or thousands of students rushing to use their cell phones and ending up overloading the cell phone system and making it useless. Therefore the use of cell phones by students instead of helping it would only end up making things worse and help the safety crisis less. Also, the phone calls and texting from students to their family members during such times can make parents rush to school, in panic, and complicate things for the public safety officials since they require the area free from people for evacuations or any other tactical or safety reasons. This could also actually delay the parent-student reunification or medical help to any injured student. In extreme situations, it could put parents in a zone of potential harm where there is nothing they could possibly do but create traffic and jam the area.
For students in classrooms that allow phones, this is a struggle faced daily and distraction is only the tip of the iceberg of dilemmas. Which is why phones definitely should not be allowed in the classroom. For one Cell phones should not be allowed
“Students will have their phones confiscated for the day on the first offense. Their parents will have to pick up the phone the second time. After three offenses, students will be forbidden to bring a phone to school for the rest of the year” (Birnbaum). The majority that oppose the banning of cell phones are parents and students which the biggest concern is them being able to communicate with each other in a matter of minutes. The majority of those who approve the banned of cell phones are mainly teachers and principals of the schools, “Their use has also created worries about cheating, visiting inappropriate websites,
The parent cannot expect the adolescents to answer their phones, 100% of the time. Adolescents also don’t need to be held to that standard. If adults are not going to be held to that standard, then adolescents shouldn’t be held to that standard. Parents and adolescents should be able to talk things out about how much space, and when they need space from either their phones or each other just like friends need time
Teachers did not go into their profession to be babysitters, and they certainly didn 't go into it to be security guards. Now society is trying to force them to be both. How anyone could possibly secure those weapons so that students could never obtain them would be a nightmare- and unrealistic? And to think that if a school full of teenagers can access a weapon in every classroom that violence would decrease is absurd. There are many negatives to teachers owning guns such as: cost of training and weapons, teachers turning against their students, and keeping teacher who has the gun a secret.
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K-12 students shouldn’t be encouraged to walk out because they are too young, not knowledgeable on the topic, the idea is distracting, and it is not very effective. Many K-12 students are too young to protest gun violence. If my child was in elementary school, and walked
Could letting students have their phones out during class for educational purposes help students stay more focused? Well, some people think that it will work and others think it won’t work because, if students have their phones out during class, the students aren’t going to use them for educational purposes, but the people that do think that it will work probably think it will work with the proper supervision that the students would be under. Although students’ cell phones aren’t allowed to be out during class currently, students should be able to have their cell phones out during class because they can be really useful for presentations, notes, school work, etc.. but cell phones can be really useful. Even though cell phones can be really distracting during school they can be really helpful and can keep a student’s grade at a passing level. It will take time to adjust if teachers allow students to use their phones for class work, but I doubt that it will take a long time for it to be adjusted to considering the fact that a lot of students are on their phones all the time when they get out of school.
The effect on this is that kids will either want to come to school. Another reason is because students will be nervous for school everyday. That why students should not wear uniform. In conclusion uniforms is a bad idea. Another reason students should not wear uniform is because students parents might struggle for paying for uniform and and the kids might feel uncomfortable wearing uniform.
The first and main reason for this is that it can be psychologically bad for kids. Because little kids are affected very easily and one particular symbol can work differently in their psychology, they may think bad about it and that can end up very badly. If
Should schools be able to take away a student's belongings? I got a text from my mom, as I went to read it the teacher took my phone right out of my hands. I asked her if I could text my mom back and she said no we are in the middle of class. A few hours passed and It was time to go home, i finally got my phone back and read your dad was in an accident and was headed to the hospital so I have to ride the bus home.