It was a peaceful, harmless, and innocent protest. However it opened a can of worms concerning whether or not students should have the right to protest on school campuses. I believe that the rights we are given under the constitution should not be revoked purely because we are on a school campus. Mary Beth Tinker and the other students never clearly voiced their reasoning for being upset about the Vietnam war. The problem that took the case to court was not the subject of the protesting.
I conclude that a lot of family members or should I say almost every one of us really don 't know what to do when this kind of disaster came to us. Although we really don 't know when would earthquake strikes, we need to at least be prepared for the things that can help us to save more lives. Just like the students in MCL, most of them don 't know anything about the plans for their safety, and according to them there 's no evacuation plan in the campus. Only the officials, committee and some of the students in the campus knows about it. And a lot of students are not aware of their earthquake drills on their campus; they said that only those people who are interested to participate will do.
Some employees including Susan witnessed and admitted that this was growing to a serious problem. However, Susan really reported this problem and hoped could change something, but she failed to do so. Most employees felt did not be wiling to to expose this reality, because nobody wanted to be involved in a risk of their “friendship”. The Den was contracted with an external company called College Food Services (CFS). It was CFS’s loss of money from this freebie problem; the employees naturally would not want to jeopardize their relationship by standing out.
Parents aren’t really taking care of the teens and mostly are unaware of stuff, so it’s the government 's job to take action and handle the situation. They firmly believe that if the parents aren’t proper than the government has the rights to take care of the nation and hence, teenage curfews must be set as laws. They also believe that instead of setting night time curfews, daylight curfews should be set because a lot of teens bunk school and indulge into illegal activities at those times as they think it’s the best and most suitable chance as they are thought to be at school, but aren’t. So they also feel that the government should set daylight curfew laws. In this case, there is no proper conclusion as people have different opinions in this case and there is no
It has been the fault of the school district, school, and teachers as to why the students have a lack of global perspective. In talking to my students I found out that they think very little of competing academically with another country and how the use of technology impacts their ability to compete. Other than a social studies course, we rarely mention what takes place in countries other than our own and it is even more rare to talk about how these countries are using technology or their advancement in education. Not taking advantage of this platform with our students and colleagues eventually puts us all at a disadvantage because we limit our research for competing to neighboring schools and counties before we even look at things from a national
Pardo de Tavera and Pedro Paterno, considered as close relatives of the participants in the mutiny. According to Pardo, there was no plot to overthrow the Spanish rule and that the Cavite mutiny was simply an uprising due to the disaffection of arsenal workers who were not exempted from the tribute together with other Filipinos who sympathize with them. It was the friars who stirred up the anti-friar sentiments and the overthrowing of the Spanish sovereignty so that they can persuade the government to punish anyone without inquiring their guilt. Pardo simply gave a general picture of the event. The other author, Pedro Paterno, whose father Maximo had been deported to the Marianas in 1872, asserted that the revolts in the nineteenth century were reformist and not separatist in nature, where Filipinos wanted control of their own affairs.
Students all over the country have shed some light to this particular act and started quite a number of demonstrations. This law however protects the sovereignty of the nation by not allowing many anti-nationalist movements. A job of a student is to simply study and do well in order to have an exemplary future. Students need not worry about how the government handles matters regarding the nation. A student’s involvement in politics might cause them to be distracted from their studies and ruin their opportunities for the
We don’t work to earn the computers that we have or the books or any school supplies that we have. Our parents buy those things for us so we could use it to help us with our studies, but we don’t use them for what they’re really meant to be used for like doing research for a class or writing essays etc. In today’s generation we use our computers to watch YouTube videos, watch Netflix, and go on Facebook, Twitter etc. We are very wasteful and are always looking for more, rather than being content with what we have. I would have to say that I cannot compare or contrast with the past generation vs. today’s because if I really concentrate on my work and work really hard to get the job done I will drop everything and focuses on my work, but yes there are some days that I cannot concentrate and every ten minutes I will check all my social media and continue that process until the work is
Many people still believed that sex education should be compulsory in primary schools because a research has shown that parents in America do not like to discuss with their kids about sex (Strasburger 1993). Supporting detail (a): Many parents naturally feel embarrassed to talk to their children about topic that is related to sex (Winter 2014). Some of them are afraid that they might give wrong advice or respond to their kids which may lead them to wrong choice. So it is better if the teachers in the schools take this responsibility to influence the children a better sex education. Supporting detail (b): As for the children, they are afraid or uncomfortable to ask their parents anything about sex (Talking to your parents 2014).
They are also very disrespectful to the teacher because you aren’t even trying to give them your full attention and not making eye contact, eye contact is a key part of them knowing that you understand what they are teaching. Cell phones can distract the person on them from their schoolwork and miss out on important information. Although many people may argue that being separated from their phone is more distracting than having it with them; teachers shouldn’t allow phones in class because they can distract themselves, the people around them, and it is disrespectful to the teacher. It would help if teachers removed cell phones from classrooms because it would limit the person’s distraction from learning as well as keep other