Do the math.” (Lee 1) Giving guns out to every teacher in america that has gone through training will cost a lot of money. They will have to take funds away from the school to pay for the training, ammunition and the guns themself. also, if the teachers want a quality handgun they know won’t jam when a intruder comes will cost a good amount of money, like around 250 dollars and more. Arming teachers will cost money resulting in money being taken away from books and technology. The government won 't pay for all of the teachers in the united states.
Final Sports Essay Schools everywhere have sports and Sometimes they're helpful and Sometimes they're not. Districts spend so much money on sports they often don't realize when they need to buy supplies because their funds have all been spent on extracurricular activities.Therefore, schools should not have sports because it costs a great deal of money, would give students more study time, and will reduce stress on the children. Schools universal have sports, but they cost a great deal of money. Schools don't realize how much money they spend on sports when they “travel for games they have to pay for hotels, busses, substitute teachers, meals,” also sports are a big distraction from the actual school work. (Ripley 3) Although sports are very helpful and could get students into great places, maybe sports aren't meant for all school the costs of sports are too much and districts could be saving thousands of dollars every year.
Should School Lunches Change For a long time now people have been arguing over whether or not to change up the restrictions to the lunches served in schools across America. Many different arguments have come up in recent years. School officials should not change up the school lunches because some people need more food than others, they should not be able to tell them what they can and can't eat, and finally because it will take lots of time and money to make the switch. The first reason schools should not put a limit on school lunches because some students need more food than others. This is shown by athletes because their bodies need more food because they need them nutrients to stay healthy.
For example, if a male does not have a father to discipline him, he may turn into a kid that fights at school, because he does not have that discipline that he would get from a father. However, just because they only have a mother does not mean they will end up violent. As long as their mother raises them correctly, they will be a well adjusted citizen. It is also stated that if a single mom has a child they may become poor. Robert Franklin, author of the article “Children Need Both Parents, Even after Divorce” , implies, “single mothers with children living with them are far more likely to live in poverty than is any other segment of society”.
They think that there are other ways to express yourself, or that school uniforms end bullying or discrimination. “Undoubtedly, school uniforms are expensive, but worth it,” they say. However, there is very little to change other than clothes, and given that they are so vital to people nowadays, it is very hard to tell someone they can’t wear their style of dress to somewhere a public as school. People will almost always have a socioeconomic hierarchy, and someone will always discriminate another until we are fully equal, and instead of using money for uniforms, we should attempt to work towards that. School uniforms are another financial burden for families, do not help gang violence, bullying, or discrimination, and are expressionless.
This allows school districts with little or no money for building expansions to handle a growing student population and save millions of dollars in construction costs.” (Nair 2). Saving so much money could help schools afford better teaching equipment, which would most likely improve student grades. Next, a drawback is that it could be hard on families if the children have different school schedules. The change could make it difficult to plan a family vacation, go to summer camps,
Those who oppose a requirement of volunteering in high schools commonly seem to believe that the time required to volunteer is too demanding and that mandating the service takes away from the true nature of volunteerism. A major argument against mandated community service in high schools is the fact that it requires a number of hours; although, the average American watches over 28 hours of television a week, meaning they have time to spare throughout their high school career which could be used productively on a community service project (Herr, 2007), which is why it is more than feasible for students to complete mandated community service hours in high schools. The biggest argument against mandated volunteering is the fact that it is mandated, not chosen by the student to do on their own free will; although, mandating this service is one of the only ways to get students to become a part of the public and actively support the community which they were raised in (Anderson, 1999). Also, those who take part in helping out their community develop a greater commitment to their community, whether they chose to volunteer or not (Beehr, LeGro, Porter, Bowling, & Swader, 2010), meaning that students who were out doing some sort of community service developed a sense of caring for their work regardless of it being mandated or not which is why schools should mandate community service. Community service is beneficial almost any way that a spectator looks at it even though it demands a great deal of time and is required, students are benefitting themselves and their community
As it is easy to see in American schools, many children are easily distracted and tend to rank education low on their list of priorities. To combat this, school administrators are considering implementing a more professional dress code so that students will treat their education with more seriousness. The plan sounds good on paper. In real life, however, it will not work. Schools should not adopt a more professional dress code because professional clothes are too restrictive, the strict code will create numerous problems, and many families cannot afford professional clothes.
"Bus drivers, cafeteria employees and custodians typically see the most negative effects from switching to a four-day week. If they 're not able to make up their hours, they risk seeing their paychecks shrink by as much as 20%" (Lake). This can make for hiring staff to perform these duties far more difficult with knowing they only get paid on a four-day salary. One of the largest problems with the shorter week is that it will affect families with younger kids. "For working parents, the four-day school week often presents more problems than solutions as they scramble to find suitable childcare for the extra day off.
There are usually three reasons why schools don't have lockers. A, they don't have enough money to buy them, B there is no room for them to be placed, and C they don't think students are able to handle them. Schools should be required to have lockers because students are forced to carry heavy materials on their back, and also they can have the full experience of being in school. Health and safety are being two important standards that schools try to uphold. For example “Backpacks can pose a threat
The schools would also have more money if they stopped trying to keep the grass all green and pretty because it kills their educational funds (Ripley 10). As the teachers go along with trips they need to get substitutes to back them up, and the schools need to pay for hotels and meals along the road (Ripley). The article is trying to say that the sports put a big hole in the schools budget and paychecks to pay for their athletics. As we can tell, the data is clear, that schools should stop sports because they cost too much for all the bills and new things that make the team look bigger and maybe even better. As the community can tell, money is a big issue for schools today, another huge problem is the academic needs of the schools and students.
The reason that minimum wage should be raised is because the expense of education is significantly cost more today. Not just has the cost of school gone up additionally the cost of numerous private and catholic schools. In today 's reality, kids can 't better themselves if their parents can 't pay for their education. Thus prompting lacking instruction of children and additionally adults in college. A few children need to depend on themselves to pay for college.
Regardless of FASFA and high paying jobs, some students are still unable to afford college tuition. What about the students whose parents make too much money to qualify for financial aid, but all of their parent’s money is going to bills? Just because a student’s parent makes a lot of money does not mean they are capable to pay tuition that is over a thousand dollars. Another point she argues is that standardized testing is misused, and hurts the
"Pay to Play" Participating on a sports team is an extremely important event for many high schoolers across America. Sports have almost become a lifestyle for many students across the country. Unfortunately the United States economy remains in a substandard position and cannot afford to give schools enough funding to cover all athletics. With this problem at hand, many schools have had to start requiring a "pay to play" policy in which the student athlete pays the school a certain amount in order to play for the team. Pay to play is necessary because it would allow schools to stay in restraints of their budgets with ease, students who cannot afford the payment are available to an exemption from it, and playing time would not be affected.
At the bottom of the poster, it said, “Which can you do without?” The government issued the same number of coupons for children and adult clothing, but the children 's clothing cost fewer coupons because children grow fast and treat their clothes to rough wear. The war disrupted people’s lives from their daily routines, the food they prepared, and to the clothes they wore. It was hard enough for the poor and middle class to make do, but it was twice as hard for the wealthy or well to do people who not used to doing without or making do. Therefore, in many ways, the war was an equalizer, and the government and most civilians expected others to pull their weight by working for the war effort in some way or at least abiding by the rules. Everywhere people looked there were advertisements on billboards, diaper bags, bread wrappers, buses, and anything especially women used.