Schools should not be banning students from driving. Driving continues to be a privilege to teenagers and it should not be taken away due to administrators who determine it is an acceptable idea. Banning students from driving would cause more issues among the relationship between administrators and students. Students earn their driver 's license for a reason; to drive.
Good morning/afternoon Mr/Madam Chairman, Ladies and Gentlemen, today we will be discussing how driving privileges should not depend on or be connected to grades and attendance. One reason we should not have No-pass, No-drive laws this is because the effective and because each state has its own way of implementing these policies. For example in the article “NPDP Effective Answer to Dropout epidemic?” states that Arkansas requires students to have a minimum GPA of 2.0 (a C average) To get a license and never checks students grades again. Another example is, in many stations are not specific enough to be effective.
Zero Tolerance when it comes to violence has nothing to do with alcohol or other other forms of school contraband. Dennis Cauchon’s post highlights how Zero Tolerance means more than just stopping violence. Like the example of Lisa Smith, there is no curbing of violence in the example, instead it is punishing a student for a first time offence. Implementing the Zero Tolerance policy like this do nothing to curb violence, a school can still make parents and students understand they are serious about stopping school violence without making the policy so strict for non-violent problems. Now, obviously, each example given in Cauchon’s article are case studies, and do not accurately show the majority of Zero Tolerance related incidences.
Cheating is nothing new to society. It has been seen over the years in schools and in life. Today, however, the cheating epidemic is out of control. In an essay written by Richard Perez-penasept, he shows us the facts of how cheating is out of control, and how a new set of rules on how to deal with cheating might be necessary. New competitive mindsets, easier access to online sources, and lack of integrity are reasons why schools should have more strict penalties against cheaters.
Hunger, Katie SR “In Praise of the ‘F’ Word” Background Merry Sherry has written many freelance articles and advertising copy over the years. She also owns her own small research and publishing firm, and has taught creative and remedial writing to adults for over 20 years. Her article “In Praise of the ‘F’ Word” was published as a “My Turn” column in Newsweek.
Leroy Hood, an American biologist once said, “Don't underestimate the power of your vision to change the world. Whether that world is your office, your community, an industry, or a global movement, you need to have a core belief that what you contribute can fundamentally change the paradigm or way of thinking about problems.” One of the main reasons the world is so bad today is because people are too afraid to try, they are too afraid to stand out from everyone around them. This is because of how judgemental and hypocritical people have become over a period of time. Some people have really good ideas, and would like to participate more in the world, but are too scared to step out of their comfort zone.
According to Poker Players Research, about 40 million people regularly play poker and 15 million people in total play online for money. In Jeremy Marks article “The Power of Poker”, he depicts the actual life of a poker player instead the stereotypical professional poker player lifestyle filled with drugs and money problems as instead a life that involves none of those things using his own personal experiences. But on the other hand, in Lauren Patrizi’s “My College Addiction”, she illustrates all the negative effects and consequences that come with the playing poker not only in a physical tournament, but also on online gambling sites. Although both authors express their ethos, pathos, and logos very well, Marks strong logical reasoning and
Should The Government Banned Texting While Driving? Although Police cannot determine if the driver is texting while driving, and bans are becoming more effective, texting while driving should be banned because transportation cell phone systems are being installed into cars, apps are being made to stop teens from texting, and people are stopping the inappropriate use of mobile devices. In the early 1980s the mobile phone began to grow.
Should poor, irresponsible drivers be taken off the streets? Drivers should have consequences for texting, drinking, or even being tired on the road. Poor drivers should not be given the privilege of driving for many reasons. Many innocent people are being killed or even injured because of this.