That aside not every student will take a pledge and feel obligated to stop cheating or to be completely honesty. This could be the flaw in the honor code, stating that the students take a pledge to not use plagiarism or cheat which means that not every student will have the integrity to not cheat when he/she didn’t study for a test and has the integrity to be honest to the educator that they have
The book sheds a tear as it is banned by administration for students to read. The Catcher in the Rye should not be banned for summer reading for incoming sophomores because of its “explicit” content. After high school, out in the real world, life experiences are not censored or banned to protect you. You must experience life and all that comes with it. Just because a book that was written many decades ago may have bad words in it, doesn’t mean that it should be withheld from the students.
Even, a Governor did not want African American students to get an education so, the Supreme Court decided that they would tell that Governor that he has to give African American students the education that they deserve. Also, the Governor of Alabama decided that he would send in troops to block the doors to an enrollment office so, the African American children couldn 't enroll themselves in school. So, that shows that the Governor of Alabama did not want African American people to be educated in school. It might seem that the African American students would be happy to not go to school but, they weren 't. They wanted to go to school, and get an good education but, no school or state would allow them to go to school, and
A connection from this can be drawn to the Civil Rights movement when black people are not allowed to protest for their rights. For attending so much as a peaceful protest, many black civilians are taken into custody (Hayes 76). Conversely, Auggie tells others to leave him alone without fear of consequence. There are no repercussions for Auggie maintaining equal rights with his peers. On the contrary, people during the Civil Rights movement are not allowed to attend sit-ins or any other type of protest (Hayes 77).
Attending school is a privilege, not a right. One could say that having cellphones in class could restrict or take away from the children’s education. However, allowing students to have a cellphone in their possession during school is not causing any educational issues. The countless tools available in our adult world are in arms reach of every student. They should be able to access these useful tools in order to properly prepare them for today’s society.
Banned Books are books that are prohibited by law or to which free access is not permitted by other means. Banning books is against the writers right for freedom of speech, which is the first amendment. Students have the right to read, reading is not illegal, so why ban books? If a reader is mature enough to handle some curse words or bad behavior then they should be able to read banned books. Some people believe books should not be banned in schools/libraries but just because you do not like it does not mean it should be taken away, that is the authors freedom of speech.
He has no idea that some of his closest friends would say such bad things and stab him in the back like they did. In school “Gavin” said that being homosexual was never discussed in class. It was never discussed with peers nor was it discussed in textbooks. This stems off the fact that people have their own perceptions and feelings about homosexuality. This affects the teaching and learning in the school.
Add into the mix that teachers are not taught how to control the classes and just thrown in difficulties start to rise. In the past students were taught to respect their teachers no matter as they were with all adults. With western culture invading their minds that respect is diminishing. Making a student stand in the corner or anything that might embarrass them in front of their peers is now looked at with pride. Schools prohibit students being suspended or told to stand outside the classroom.
It can find out schools didn’t sense how important civic education is. As the schools didn’t mention the ethical issues to the students, so the students may not know the whether the behaviors is illegal or not. Under sociological imagination, thieves committing crimes because they didn’t have a correct system of moral values while they were learning, they don’t care they are behaved illegally. To dealing with the theft, schools should provide the civic education as a regular subject and the teachers should serve as model to the students because socialization is effective to the students so that the students’ moral values can be taught and the students will know that theft is an illegal behavior. As the students receive the message, they will be aware their behavior in the future.
Growing up, I have never thought critically about the state of our country and the politics involved in it; but that took a drastic turn when I entered college. I went to a private Catholic school that did not prioritize informing us on the politics of the Philippines and it made us politically unaware students. The teachers did not critically talk and inform us on the state of the nation or its politics for reasons that I did not understand as a student, even until now. Firstly, Our news reports would mostly contain reports about the weather, sports, or issues outside of the country and they weren’t done thoroughly either. Furthermore, Parents did not push for us to engage in talks about the country and the politics due to the violence.