The pros are that it might help students get away from drugs, and it may help someone see the consequences to drugs. The cons are that the tests are expensive, and these tests may come back as a false positive. A comment is that all school faculty should be drug tested. As you can see, there are many good and bad sides to drug testing students. Writing this paper has made me see some of the good sides of drug testing students, however I still think that students shouldn’t be drug tested.
There is no obvious effectiveness that single-sex education provides for students to be able to use. These claims are able to be made because there has been no scientific research conducted that proves single-sex education is a better choice than coeducation. There is no real benefit in learning that single-sex schools provide over coed schools. When students attend single-sex schools, it does not affect their perceptions of their own academic abilities -- like this type of education is said to do. Learning in an environment with all students around you being those of the same gender can often give students non-realistic perceptions of what college and the “real world” will be like.
People tend to blame students for being lazy and do not take school seriously. However, they do not understand the pressure that students have to face and dealing with. To conclude, cheating in academic is not a bad thing. Majority say it is wrong to do, but to some extent, they should realize and consider about cheating. It is a way to learn and to secure good grades.
Schools can give responsibility to students but never without a cost. Students should have to chance to prove their worth to schools and show how responsible they can be as adults. When students go to college classes as high schoolers they sometimes tend to have more free time during those times. If a child has enough responsibility to take those classes they should have enough to leave school and be trusted to come back to school after their free time is over. Although leaving school early is not something that is smiled upon it should be because some students are ahead and can work their schedule to allow extra time because of hard work in early years.
Also,this drug testing can only make your school life worse because you have no right to have to take a simple test because they want you to if that was me,I would say no right to their face and walk away because they have no right to make me take a drug test if I know that I don't use drugs and my family does not use drugs. If the teachers drug test us how are we supposed to know if it came back positive or negative but also why would they take a test on it and you know if you are using drugs and if you are then they will find out and they should have the right to take a test if you think that they are using drugs and if you don't think that they are not using drugs then just leave them alone and let them go back to class only pick out the kids that you think are using drugs and test them and see if they are using drugs and if they are then you have the right
The boy had to go to a new school where he wouldn’t be bullied. There are many problems like this that get out of hand, so much that the school can do nothing to help. Many people blame the school for not helping, when there is nothing they can do about it. Therefore, schools do not have the responsibility to respond to and protect students from the challenge of cyber-bullying, even if it’s off campus. Schools do not have the responsibility to protect students from cyber-bullying because any law or regulation would be too close to breaking the law.
From taking that first pill, Richard Fee felt like he needed more. He eventually visited his doctor to receive his own, and even though he did not have ADD or ADHD, Richard Fee was given t... ... middle of paper ... ...also unfair towards the students who cannot afford to buy it, and towards the students who choose not to abuse the drug. Those have to work harder and take more time out to study or write a paper. They are working towards achieving their goal, but the students who take Adderall are taking the easy way out. It is difficult to ban the use of Adderall, but schools should reinforce that abusing the drug is the wrong thing to do.
School uniforms lack effectiveness. They don’t help fix any problems. Many believe that school uniforms take away the students distraction towards clothes and appearance and enhance academic performance. However, it does not take a genius to realize that wearing a uniform does not automatically make a student more attentive or hard-working. There may be several other reasons as to why a student lacks focus or is distracted.
Being involved in these activities is a way for students to enhance their college applications, but it also makes finding time for studies more difficult. Some might argue that these activities should come after education but to many students these activities are as important to their future as their grades. There are also the students that see their teachers for extra help but still have problems understanding the subject. These students might seek extra help from a tutor, but because of the cost of tutors many students cannot afford to have a private tutor. When the time to take the test comes these students will find they are ill prepared for the test; and while it is not the teacher or the schools fault this will still reflect badly on them.
The author argues that the use of “trigger warnings” should not become a policy due to the student becoming uncomfortable over a certain lesson in class. The argument is effective in parts, but not as a whole. What about the students who actually are medically unable to deal with a lesson in class due to PTSD? This editorial really only showed the bad side of trigger warnings inside colleges classes instead of showing the pros and the cons like most would. Some people claim that the addition of trigger warnings would not affect a college student’s ability to complete the work.