Secretary of Education Did you know bullying is the most substantial problems in school? It is not proper for children to get treated unfairly on purpose at school. Because I know that when they get treated unfairly with threats, getting hurt or becoming frightening, they are most probable to develop depression, loneliness, low self-esteem, physical health problems, etc.. Bullying remains the most significant cause for concern, with 28% stating it was one of the biggest problems at their school," Pondering Panda said in a statement. This issue is compelling because bullying affects million of students of all races and classes.
Sometimes, those who are bullied... ... middle of paper ... ...ith cyber bullying (do something). It is heartbreaking to think that only a small amount of teachers stood up when students are supposed to feel safe at school and open to their teachers. Another study also reports that 51 percent parents do not feel safe but rather “scared” for their child’s safety (mail online). In America, many leaders and supporters claim to make children feel safer and able to learn but with these high percentages it is impossible to feel safe at school when the victims are constantly being targeted not only online, but even at school. Also, since parents are not educated on this subject they have no knowledge of how to respond of even cope with the situation.
Mr. Entenmann has also failed to try and connect with the new students leading to an uncaring learning environment that leads the students to misbehave. 2. How do you think the lack of (dis)connectedness, (dis)unit, and (un)caring within the community or group has encouraged or precipitated this behavior problem? The lack of connectedness, unity and caring in the classroom is leading to the misbehavior in the students. Mr. Entenmann shares no desire to connect or understand his students leading them to feel like he doesn’t care for them.
Because Renault has low self-esteem and feels little influence from his classmates, he refuses to sell chocolates “like every other kid in… school”(Cormier 66). He lacks the school spirit that others posses because he is excluded from them in his head. This reinforces Renault’s lack of influence felt as a result of others, and shows the fact that he is indeed alienated. In addition, after he refuses to sell the chocolates and is shunned by his classmates, “he [feels] invisible”(163). Jerry causes this himself, for his actions alone influence the entire student body to dissociate him from their ranks.
During school time, nobody can avoid conflicts, frictions with the surrounding friends and teachers. However, in the past, that is very simple thing in school because they quarrel to find out what is wrong and right in every problem, to practice speaking sorry, thank you, and sometimes have more new friends. But now, these problems are not merely a controversy within the school, it seems to influence legal categories. Driving forces With the violent games and movies, students ' psychology is impacted by violent images and behav... ... middle of paper ... ...e result of violent school in school brings negative trend in education. The violence is repeated many times will cause physical injury or psychological victims and adversely affect learning environment because students do not feel safe right in their own schools.
His constant failing at school evidences that he isn’t planning to have a common future by having a job like most people would. It was evidently explained that Holden doesn’t fit in because he doesn’t want to be part of humans’ corrupted society. Regardless of how one feels about society, it is evident that its flaws made a teenager retract from accepting humans’ adult world, and instead negated to be a part of it.
The consequences of insults and physical abuse on students are horrible. Bullying can cause severe emotional problems. From insecurity to a lack of self-worth, students begin feeling negatively about themselves and their lives. Bill Haverchuck, a character from Freaks and Geeks, goes through the same hardships as real life bullied victims. Presenting a typical high school environment, Freaks and Geeks displays the com... ... middle of paper ... ...press others in an attempt to gain respect and likeability from other peers.
Botstein further argues that school stifles students creativity and that they really do not want to be in school. His argument that the traditional high school setting should be abolished is somewhat justified on the fact that cliques make schooling experiences difficult; however, his statement that children’s creativity is stifled, they are bored in high school, and that they are ready to be adults at a young age is invalid. Botstein’s first argument is that students’ creativity is stifled by the high school environment. He states that “most thoughtful young people suffer the high school environment in silence and in their junior and senior years mark time waiting for college to begin” (Source 2). He supports his argument by describing how the two gunmen in the Columbine school shooting were not allowed to be creative and that they felt trapped in the school.
They were also deemed to be inconsistent, untrustworthy and showed favoritism” (35). Poor teachers are not being fair in their classes. Not only that, but they are also not truthful and infrequently keep their promises with their students. Students never want to learn from teachers who are untruthful or people who are being biased. Students cannot be motivated to learn under the teachers who are being unfair, don’t want to teach, and lack organization
A major issue in schools is schools are violence. Our students have become more and more violent each and every year. If we don’t start to help our students resolve their issues amongst each other the fighting will never end. Some people done really realize what school violence is exactly. “The true term for school violence refers to criminal acts committed at educational institutions such as elementary, middle, and high schools as well as colleges and universities.” (Opposing Viewpoints) Many factors can play into as why these students always feel the need to be violent.