You Get What You Pay For Case Study

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You Get What You Pay For (P.147)
1. I do believe that there are other factors in the case that give more weight to one group than the other. Mr. Ross has established personal relationships with his students and he would like to continue to build their academic career in order to prepare them for college. However, Mr. Ross does sympathize with his fellow colleagues that lost their jobs, but his responsibility is to continue to challenge the AP students with the resources that they need in order to be successful in college.
2. The issue is that non-AP students, teachers’, and laid off teachers do not think that it is right for Mr. Ross to continue to teach the AP course outside of school even though the state cut the course from the budget.
• The school board do not have the right to grant Mr. Ross permission on teaching the course inside his home because Mr. Ross can choose to do whatever he wants on his own time. Also, Mr. Ross can
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I think that Mr. Stimson should follow the school rules by reporting Ginny. The reason is because Mr. Stimson could potentially lose his job if Ginny is caught smoking on school grounds. In order to prevent this, he could reach out to another colleague to see if they have the resources he needs to help Ginny fight this addiction.
2. If I was Mr. Stimson, I would protect myself by reporting the incident to someone that is above my position. Also, I think that you could do this ethically because my intent is to protect the well-being of another. Ultimately, I could defend my actions by arguing that I am protecting the lively-hood of another because if I did not report Ginny, than the outcome of her situation could have ended differently. For instance, Ginny could have been arrested and this could give her a hard time with trying to find a job or getting accepted into a
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