School Suspensions Suspension is a good punishment for misbehaving, but do they really want to be punished by not going to school for a couple of days? Suspensions are used to punish a student who has committed a minor crime in school. Usually kids are committing a “crime” because something has hurt them inside and they’re just trying to show what they’re feeling against the person that made them feel bad. So, is the student really responsible for their actions? Although school suspensions can be useful whenever a student misbehaves, the punishment can sometimes not even affect the student behavior against other students, limit students from learning new curriculum and passing their grade, and could possibly affect their career life.
With school shooting incidents, parents question if they should put their child in school. This is why they may think that school is just like prison. Parents do not feel that their child or children are safe and when a person is in prison, they are with a variety of crime committers. But ever since the terrorist attack on September 11, 2001, schools have attempted to prepare for any acts of violence that may potentially happen (Maxwell, 2006). Since then, schools have gotten better with safety and lately since some incidents involving students killing other students have happened, schools realized that they really have to step it up.
They could resent Jimmy for his behaviour and thus lead him to be more isolated and without any friends. Their learning will definitely be affected also because most of the time lessons are stopped to deal with the disruptive behaviour. Administration have the duty to ensure that the school is a safe and healthy environment for teachers and students. The promotion of positive behaviour in the classroom and school is necessary if these outcomes are to be
Drug tests in schools can prevent students from doing drugs because they are afraid of getting caught by teachers and parents. Kids are afraid of being caught doing bad things such as drugs. “He just called your name so you get so scared you 're in trouble," said Brooke Flickinger. "So you start freaking out, it 's something else”,... (Flickinger 1).Kids are afraid of getting caught because they know that they will get in trouble. If kids realize that the school is taking surprize drug tests it will influence them not to do the drugs because they just might get caught.
They can find many believable excuses to be absent from school. It’s easy for that child to play hokey and delinquent in itself; but this often provides an opportunity to make offenses of a much more serious nature. By students missing school these students will not be able to receive the proper instructions from teachers, this is linked to delinquency. Having excessive school absences is a sign of school dropout and because daily attendance determines a schools funding absences would mean that the school will have less resources to do their job well. Being absent from school, most students tend to get into altercations that get post on to Facebook or any other social media site.
That is not good for the students. Not having recess makes kids more stressed and less functional in the classroom. They need a time to release their energy and not in the classroom. Although people think recess is a waste of time, it actually helps students out a lot by giving them physical and mental benefits, and it gives them time to exercise outside of gym class and possibly form bonds with other students. Also students NEED to take a break from school in
According to these percents, people are overreacting on how much homework is given and the amount of students that receive the homework, but does that homework given negatively affect a student and their family. Homework shouldn’t be banned from schools, but should be reduced to a reasonable amount of time; this way students get the practice they need, but the stress is relieved and no excessive homework that has no meaning is assigned. Banning homework as whole would affect a
It may be especially damaging for students’ self-esteem and confidence in using L2. When all mistakes are corrected, the student may have the impression that he does not do anything right and become discouraged towards using L2 at all. As a result of such inhibition, the learner do not want to speak in the classroom and therefore cannot practise it orally. What is more, due to lack of motivation, the student may come to the conclusion that he is not able to learn the foreign language and resign. Another problem with error correction is that students get used to it easily and, as a consequence, they become dependent on the teacher.
Most teens have been bullied to the point that they have had to switch schools, some of these teens have become depressed because of these bullies. Some teens have become activists to stop bullying and boost other teens’ self esteems. No matter what the reason the bully is bullying for, whether it be race, disabilities, religion, or personalities, it is still a problem and it needs to go away. These activists for bullying have mostly become activists because they were bullied themselves. One of the activists is Molly Burke.
In the article, Cheating Students, “People who work in our high schools know that cheating is rampant but they ignore it: the constant whispering, the scrawled answers on forearms, the use of cell phone cameras to take pictures of “cheat sheets” before finals”(Raskin 1). In the digital age, academic dishonesty is more frequently came by do to the easy access students have to the internet and screenshots sent or taken by their peers. Teachers are just as guilty by allowing students to have their phones on them during tests but also by seeing academic dishonesty taking place and not addressing it. Cheating evolves each and every day. The twenty-first century is open to many new and technological ways to engage in cheating.