I also believe that if students were to stand out against drugs, with the help of the drug tests they can lower the use of drugs in high schools (in a big/important way). By all of the students taking a stand against drugs, they can take the "cool" label off of drugs and reduce the usage at an (increasing more and more as time goes on) rate. I also believe that with proper procedures and punishes for people who do not pass the drug tests, this will help enforce these rules. I believe that drugs are a big problem in high schools across the United States, and drug tests for the athletes is the first step to solving this problem. In many high schools around the United States, high student athletes are using drugs.
Some students fear that knowing of drug tests will pressure them into not doing drugs. This is a well known reason why kids of all ages experiment with drugs. Also a random drug testing can also aid those kids facing peer pressure to use, or who are in a sticky situation, because it can provide
The use of drugs is a problem within itself that causes other problems. These problems include birth defects in children, recovering addicts not being able to get jobs, and a higher rate of high school dropouts. To solve these problems we need to stop normalizing drug use and educate teenagers thoroughly about the effects drugs can have on their life. Everywhere, everyone knows someone who is, or was previously addicted to drugs. Problems related to drug addiction have been going on for too long and it keeps getting worse every year.
This trend emerged from drug crackdowns and gang panics of the '90s, and gained steam after several school shootings, notably Columbine. Afraid of missing signs of violent behavior until it 's too late, many administrators implemented zero tolerance with the hope that the steeper a deterrent, the more effective it would be at preventing
Simple metal detectors placed on the outside of each door to schools will help detect any piece of metal entering the school preventing weapons such as guns and knives. This also helps students psychologically feel safer when entering schools by knowing anyone carrying a weapon will be noticed and stopped. This is also a good first step by taking action to stop mass killings in America. Currently, the United States is in the top ten of mass school killings worldwide five times, shown on a list compiled on Wikipedia last updated March 2nd 2018. Other countries took action after the first incident by banning certain weapons or increasing security, the U.S still needs to take action.
Johnson states “ Cheating in school continues to be rampant, A substantial majority(60%) cheated on a test during the past year (35% did so two or more times) and one in three (33%) said they used the internet to plagiarize an assignment. Johnson saw these statistics as it is being a key point to start holding bans on technology and punishing e-cheating. The key factor that gets these educators all concerned is because the students do not learn at all, the way they get answers to homework, quizzes, and test is by looking at their cell phones. Howard Johnson believes that any form of technology that gives
If vapes are used in school kids can be kicked out resulting in a higher dropout rate and more people not working. If kids continues this then they will most likely either drop out or be kicked out of school and with no school means no college which all together results in no job because you do not have the education to get a good job. Just imagine if a girl in high school had a plan she knew what she was going to do after school. Did everything right, got good grades was captain of the track team. But one day made a bad decision and was caught with a vape and got punished with expulsion, her plan just went down the drain.
Too many high school student are taking drugs which ruins their lives in the future and its first starts off with a friend keeps on bugging you to try it and then once you 've try it you may have like that experience and wanting to keep on enjoying that moment of feeling something you imagine and that 's unexplainable. Now you want to keep on reliving that moment of relaxation or enjoyment and now they been doing drugs constuddely which has now ruins their ability to concentrate in class which causes them to lack in school work and lead them not to graduate it high school. As us the students we are the ones that need to speak up and say something about drug use in which its not only effetiving that particular student but the whole social body it 's ruining lives ton of young high school students and this all over world not just in Santa Ana Unified. Once I open the blue doors to enter the spanish building its reek of weed in that monday morning and teachers were looking around and trying to figure out who had weed. More than once this had happen and each year at school I learn more and more about drugs, how it smells and why people do it and how have drugs effective them.This isn 't just in Saddleback high school it 's all around the country and it 's to blame for those who makes illegal drugs and gives them to middle schooler and high schooler the possession of illegal drugs so they can have great profit off them.
Second, middle school is the first time students come into contact with young people from different backgrounds and distant neighborhoods, which are very different to them( CRF WebLesson). Many schools are seeing a need to stop the violence and are starting to enact discipline codes, conflict mediation, school uniforms, and increased security measures. The most used discipline code has probably been a zero-tolerance policy such as the Gun-Free Schools Act. This was enacted in some form in all fifty states to create gun- free schools by suspending or expelling anybody with a gun at school. Some schools have gone further by enacting the same force with all weapons, drugs, and violence.
1982; Roberts 1983). Media plays a big role in the teenagers' life; the government should make advertisements to stop drugs and to raise their awareness about how drugs are dangerous and could end their life and waste their health. Kids need to be taught at home and in school about the danger of drug abuse and through that It could help lots of teenagers to stop drugs and it is a way of education for them. For instance, exchanges around the dinner table, family occasions, and school projects and exercises in health classes can give youngsters data to help them stay far from drug utilization. Families and counselors need to