Hate speech is not always grounded in reality and often driven by ignorance to the facts rather than experience and real prejudice. Some may argue that it is just harmless prejudice and our rights are threatened if we condemn it.SO is it the right to free speech or the right to insult? Racism, bigotry, political views and views about religions in fact, most views are learnt in the family home, then the education system, society, media and TV finish the indoctrination. The damage done to groups in society that are targeted is many faceted. Their livelihood, educational chances and every aspect of their lives are impacted through racism, ostracized, bias, prejudice.
Bridging children should be illegal and banned in every country. Paying student for good grade can lead to practical problems in teacher classroom and conflict with parents and their surrounding. First of all, paying students for good grade is an issue because, it gives pressure to student to inflate their grades. According to prairiecothrifer.com, “paying student for good grades can lead to practical problems in classroom and conflict with parents.” This may mean, pressuring students for good grade can cause stress and problems with other student at school. Some problems may be bullying or suicide.
By seeking treatment, the teacher is taking a step towards recovery. The decision of the OCT to monitor the treatment and allow the teacher to return to school as they see fit encourages the continuation of treatment and recovery. Allowing the students to smoke and drink in the classroom was a violation of both legal and ethical issues, and created an unsafe environment for the students in her classroom. Drinking in the classroom poses issues to both the education and social lives of the students. If a student were to decline, peers may subject them to bullying or exclusion resulting in a difficult social situation to navigate.
Beatty and the rest of society had been grown up only remember that books were bad and owning then would be a disgrace. However there were some citizens in their society who disobey these rules which resulted in them getting ‘fixed’. After visiting Montag, Beatty had explained to him that they have lowered the kindergarten age year so they can catch just about every child and teach them at a young age. Lowering the kindergarten age, shows they different ways that the government tries to keep everyone from books keeping them from thinking for themselves. Beatty is just like the other citizens, he had been taught from a young age that books were bad and that is why he is doing his job now.
Personal attack shows an attack on the character of a person rather than his or her opinions or arguments. Ms. Campbell is the head of a department who also a teacher. She was totally looked down on the student in class 203 because many of them are on probation, can’t be relied on and are the lost cause’s. For example, when Mrs. Gruwell finds out a new book to let the student read but Ms. Campbell is not giving it to the student. Ms. Campbell thinks that the student reading scores are not so good and believe the book will be damaged by them.
Censorship in America can vary between the silencing of young voices and the prevention of exposing others of inappropriate material. Many people are afraid of losing their freedom of speech, as first amendment rights should be mandatory for American citizens. Polar to this argument insists the importance of censorship, as it can shield the public from information that can lead to fear or chaos. Leaving students ignorant to world problems, however, is argued by Sonja West that it removes their first amendment rights and creates a future working-class of Americans who are clouded from the truth. West is a law professor at the University of Georgia who is distinguished for her expertise in the first amendment law and minor in journalism.
Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “One has a moral responsibility to disobey unjust laws.” If Martin Luther King Jr. and countless others had not protested during the Civil Right movement there would still be segregation and inequality. Without a doubt, there are times when it is justifiable to break a law in a democratic society. If rights are being denied, if the majority feel it is an unjust law, or even if the minorities (being that they are experts on the subject) feel it is wrong as well. Despite the social contract, it’s a citizen’s responsibility to go against the government at times. Citizens have that right to protest against the government because there are basic rights that the government must provide for their citizens.
Han Fei’s ideas greatly conflicted with Confucius’s ideas when it came to running a state. Han Fei believed that the enforcement of laws was vital in order to run a state and that punishment was compulsory for all wrong-doers. On the other hand, Confucius believed that virtue was the essential element that the person in charge of the government needed to have and that the government needed to set an example for its people and thus, they depended on elite emulation. One reason why Han Fei would oppose Confucius’s opinion on how to run a state would be because Han Fei believed that rules and regulations in the form of laws needed to exist in order to lead and guide people towards the right path in order to make the country strong. “Having Regulations” and “If conformers to law are strong, the country is strong”, this shows that he believes that laws have a very significant impact on the strength of the country.
Accoring to the graph of a Survey of British School Teachers, almost hald of cyberbullyed teachers say it was perpetrated by a student, and of these teacher 12.5% say they had to go to a doctor or take a sick leave, suffering from illness/stress. Even more, 5% of these cyberbullyed teachers said they became scared outside of work. This is too much. Teachers should be free to teach well without threats or accussations from their own students. In the case of J.S.
Buccat and Cuntapay (2006) defined absenteeism in an educational institution as a perennial problem. According to them, there is a need to gauge the students’ consciousness on absenteeism. Clores (2009) stated that truancy may indicate low performance of teachers, students’ dissatisfaction of the school service, or lack of or poor academic and non- academic structures or policies that address the problems or factors influencing or reinforcing this behaviour. Parents are financially burdened for having their children to stay longer in the school, having to re- enroll them in subjects where they fail due to excessive absences. Missing school is a serious business, and its impact on student achievement and drop-out rates has been vastly underestimated, according to a recent report from Johns Hopkins