Driving Privileges and Performance in School In many states, students are losing their driving privileges due to their performance in school. (Hook) Some state legislatures assume that without their license, high schoolers will be encouraged to focus more on their studies. The legislatures believe an adolescent’s ability to drive should be centered around their gpa and attendance in class. This specific tyranny must end.
Has your child ever experienced physical symptoms of stress, such as headaches, exhaustion, sleep deprivation, weight loss, and stomach problems from homework? Many students say that homework causes stress, however 57% of parents believe that students are given the right amount of homework. Even though homework is assigned to help students practice time management, good work habits and reinforces the material that they learn in class but most students disagree. Homework doesn’t benefit a student, while homework is thought to be harmless it could cause serious consequences and by being responsible and doing it right when you get home it takes time away from family or extra curricular activities. This is why I propose that homework should be abolished from school in order to reduce stress or other symptoms, to create time for family/friends or socializing, and make school a fun place for students to learn rather than collecting pointless homework that could be done in class.
Students not being used to freedom, for example, causes them to not be prepared for the over amount of freedom given during college. This leads kids to put off homework, not go to class, and other bad habits because they are not used to managing their time. These habits can lead to an unsuccessful college carrer, eventually leading to dropping out. A second example at the meso level is students getting caught up in partying on the weekends or even during the week. For a lot of students, being away from their parents means absolute freedom to do whatever they want, allowing a lot of young adults to “go crazy” in the partying scene.
Youngsters on the other hand believe that taking-driving classes is a futile activity. They think that why they pay heavy amounts to driving schools when they know each and everything about handling their vehicles. They are of view that they are living in the age of computer and it is unwise of their elders to consider them as irresponsible or unwise beings. Whatever teenagers believe but it is true that one should not come to road without passing driving classes. Driving test not only helps children to teach them about the rules of driving but also teach them about traffic rules and regulations.
President Leath has suggested alternative options to VEISHEA for Iowa State students but only time will tell what holds and what will not. As one Iowa State student, Matt Banwart put it “President Leath cared more about the numbers than he did people, culture, and tradition. Cutting VEISHEA also decreased opportunities for students to get involved with planning committees for a large scale event and while some students coming in will never get to experience it, they will feel the backlash of it in a big way. While Leath was good at doing things like increasing tuition numbers the student experience for what it means to be a student at ISU has been taken away with the removal of VEISHEA.”
While the teacher was walking around the room to check for completion of the homework, Eve started scribbling words across her paper. According to her paper, the cause of the Civil War was a single displacement reaction. Eve did not care that her answer was completely incorrect because the teacher gave her full credit for having any answer on the page. Numerous students like Eve are in the school system.
What is College Worth? The worth behind a college education continues to shift as times change. This day in age, the educational system in the US is failing because for some reason, earning a bachelor’s degree in a STEM subject does not guarantee a job and that is not acceptable. If someone puts in the time, effort, money and is successful enough to get through four to six years in college, they deserve a job in their field.
Colleges spend too much money on relatively frivolousexpenses—such as building luxury dormitories and other nonacademic facilities—to justify thetuition hikes (Issues ad controversies). Not only that but several colleges make it a requirementfor students to spend their first year as freshmen living in campus, which is incrediblyunnecessary for the students as well as ridiculous of the college to request taking in mind howhigh tuition costs are already. Education does not require a hundred thousand dollars to achieve when there are so manyways to learn, the principal one being experience. Majority of people make the argument thatyou will need to attend college if you wish to be a medical professional or a teacher, and ofcourse there is some truth to that, but the reason why that is an argument is not because of the“college experience” but because of the educating that comes along with it which can be soughtafter independently without the need to pay as much as colleges and medical schools wouldcharge. Education is important, which is why it is also important to get educated financiallyagainst college tuitions and realize that it is not a sound investment for the mere fact that it takesos much time and money for which majority of people are never fully
An even larger majority -- 75% -- says college is too expensive for most Americans to afford. Similarly, a record of share of students are leaving college with a substantial debt burden, and among those who do, about half (48%) say that paying off that debt made it harder to pay other bills; a quarter say it has made it harder to buy a home (25%); and about a quarter say it has had an impact on their career choices (24%) -- (pewsocialtrends). This just simply shows that it is better that there are no more tuition in college in which will help lessen the percentage of people who suffers difficulty in paying debt. Although we know how great number of people contradicts in giving a free education for college students, it is one of the needs of students and will also be an ease for their parents. Along with this, President Obama made a proposal which offers two free years of community college where this proposal of the President had received lots of different positive and negative opinions, comments, and feedbacks from it.
In Denise Pope’s research, she also mentioned that, “...spending too much time on homework [means] students [are] not meeting their developmental needs or cultivating other critical life skills… students [are] more likely to drop activities, not see friends or family, and not pursue hobbies they enjoy [because of homework].” This quote demonstrates how students are rather going to drop out of activities than drop their homework. The irony of this situation is, that in the long run, all of the extracurricular activities a student participated in, will give them more than all of the unnecessary homework they did. Take for example Steve Jobs. Steve Jobs dropped out of college and took elective courses that
TN Promise is Terrible Will free college help America? The new TN Promise program is offering two free years of community college to high school seniors as a way to boost percentages of students getting a higher education. This sounds like a deal, but is it really helping?
Should School Have Open Campus Lunches Seventy percent of all high schools in America have closed campus lunches. At U.S. Grant High School they are one of the schools that do not allow students to leave campus for lunches. When students do leave the campus, they get an one hundred dollar truancy fine the first time. The next time is five hundred dollars.
North Carolinians graduate students mostly choose to stay closer to their hometown and in North Carolina for college. But why? In state tuition is much cheaper than out of state tuition. An article states, each state has its own “public” institutions that are run and funded by the state. Funding for these schools comes from the state residents in the form of taxes.