Schools around the nation ban soda and candy from their campus while other schools allow their students to have candy and soda. Some schools say it’s too unhealthy for their students so they provide just the school food because it’s healthy and nutritious. Other schools do allow their students to drink soda and candy because their students often crave different things instead of just school food. Through my perspectives I say we should not ban soda and candy. I say we shouldn’t ban soda and candy because us students do crave it.
School prayer is illegal, so having a school officiated prayer can lead to fines and other litigation. Not everyone agrees that school prayer should be banned however. Some say that banning prayer is illegal. They claim that, thanks to the first amendment, that prayer being banned is a violation of religious rights. Of course, banning prayer is illegal, which is why prayer is not banned, but prayer led by school officials or prayers officiated by the school are.
Schools have been evaluated by different organizations on whether or not they should be involved in off-campus cyberbullying. Some believe that they can be involved in off-campus to stop suicide or emotional distress and to stop them from putting the victim through lots of pain. Others believe that schools shouldn’t intervene in cyberbullying outside of schools because it affects their right to the first amendment which is “The freedom of speech”. Cyberbullying should be taken into the hands of the school if it happens off-campus because if nothing happens then it can get a child hurt or even killed. Students who are targeted by cyberbullies have no way to escape from the attackers brutality, who can drive the victim to suicide or self harm.
Just because a book has racial slurs, doesn’t mean it should be banned. Students hear racial commentary each and every day at school, so what good will banning a book do? It isn’t going to shelter students from racial jokes, because they will just hear them at school. Movies poke fun at different races, but they aren’t banned. Banning the book simply
There are no studies to show that these drug test are going to help the drug problem. We need to find something that will help the drug problem in schools without violating the student and parents privacy. According to Sifferlin (2015)¨The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) released a policy statement on Monday saying it opposes randomly drug testing students because there’s not enough evidence to show it’s effective, and because random testing can damage relationships between students and their schools. It’s also a possible infringement on privacy, the group says¨ (para. 2).
Principals may have vast authority in a school, but they do not have the same amount of authority as police officers do. A principal giving a student a Miranda type reading would be out of their jurisdiction. Students do not need to speak during this time, and many do not, therefore the principal does not need to extend their power to that of a police officer by reading a student their Miranda Warning. The Miranda Warning was created for informing criminals of their rights upon the time of their arrest, not for students. If a student was read a Miranda type warning it would just further fluster them and escalate the situation.
This has caused some places including Michigan, Wisconsin, and Canada to outlaw the harvesting of frogs (Dissection in the Classroom). Dissection is teaching students that animal life in unimportant. “Educators that insist on using animal specimens rather than non-animal alternatives as teaching tools miss a valuable opportunity to teach their students about humane education and are not implementing the 3R’s principle—reduction, refinement, and replacement—regarding the use of animals” (Dissection in the
So this was to teach kids and parents how to have self control. Also this is not about that kids should not have so much sugar. Try not to eat the marshmallow because if you do you will not get really good grades in school. In the video that we watched the kids were left in a room with nobody except the marshmallow and only ⅓ did not eat the marshmallow and the other ⅔ just straight
For example, someone might argue that eating candy is harmful for one’s teeth and thus one should prohibit from eating candy. This assumption gives value to the fact that eating candy can harm one’s teeth and assumes that the wellness one’s teeth is a concern, which may not be the case. The is-ought fallacy, proposed by David Hume give rise to the question of how one knows what is of value or what is morally right or should be promoted based on a positive. With regards to the Kansas City Hyatt disaster, is it unethical for design engineers to not ensure that their designs are followed to the letter? Regardless of your answer, would it be a good idea to add such a requirement to engineering codes?
Therefore, schools should not have sports so they cut cost, to have a fair amount of money to get supplies the students and teachers need.According to Premont Independent schools district in Premont, Texas was in trouble because the state had threatened to shut down the school from financial problems and academic failures.Therefore, districts should not have after school sports so students don’t get injured and so schools can use the money to give to other schools or charity. Therefore, schools should not have sports so they cut cost, to have a fair amount of money to get supplies the students and teachers need.According to Premont Independent schools district in Premont, Texas was in trouble because the state had threatened to shut down the school from financial problems and academic failures..Therefore, schools should not have sports so they can cut cost, to have a fair amount of money to get supplies the
Should Candy & Soda be Banned From School? J. Justin Wilson effectively uses rhetorical techniques in his short article, arguing about whether or not candy and soda should be banned from schools. Mr. Wilson was dominant in appealing to logic reason to support his argument. His ideology is that the government needn’t intervene in the lives of young adults by eliminating fat foods from school, paying particular attention on candy and soda. He states, “when faced with a problem as complicated as our nation 's childhood obesity epidemic, it 's easier to simply assign blame to sugary drinks and snacks, rather than tackling the various roots of the problem” (Wilson, para 5).
soda but does not prohibit the number of soda purchased at once. In addition, the ban does not include vending machines, supermarkets, or convenience stores which are accessible to the public and easy to purchase. In addition, the ban only applies to soda, not including fruit juices, alcohol, milkshakes, and so forth. Some believe differently and say that people affected by this ban will make excuses of why they aren 't eating healthy. Meanwhile, Americans consume a lot of sugar in their everyday diet that contributes to an unhealthy lifestyle, not just sugary drinks.
They all simply seem to be arguing against the Drug Testing for the reason that it is just wrong, and unconstitutional. There is no information leading me to assume that the students had previous problems with drugs, and wanted to avoid the test. The parents must have also played a big part, upset with the whole Drug Testing Policy happening with their children at the school. Majority decision of the Court: The Supreme Court in a 5-4 decision voted that the Drug Testing Policy was in fact, constitutional. The date for the decision was on June 27, 2002.
Case "B" is about freedom of speech in the First Amendment. Protecting free expression of students feelings about being vegan is the only way to be. So, their actions included wearing clothing reflecting this idea and avoiding school lunches do to them not being vegan. All of the students verbal and non-verbal expression of opinions caused disruptions in school and a decrease in school made lunches. After a loss by parents and students in their state district court, they filed for a state court of appeals.
One more reason I believe banning books are wrong is because, you get more choices. Librarians say that they want kids to have as many reading choices as possible, but by them banning books they can have as many options to pick what they interested in. However, if kids get interested in a series and it is banned in their school library because it is more “mature” that gives the limited options. Jaquan was in the library trying to choose a book he was interested in but he couldn 't because the book he was looking for was banned. Some people say that racial slurs are why they ban some books, but most kids are gonna learn about racial slurs in their social studies class anyway.