If students feel apprehensive about how they are dressed then the learning discontinues in the classrooms. Some parents feel it is cruel to not let their children express themselves the way they want and end up switching schools for a better fit for their needs. In Sarah Kizis’s article she states, “Opponents say they infringe on students’ constitutional right of self-expression and do not address schools’ real problems”
Some teachers do not allow any talking during class at all, even when students are just working independently. Students need to be able to collaborate with each other to help each other out and create new ideas. If a student says something that the teacher does not like the teacher can punish the student, an example of this is the case of Bethel v. Fraser; Matthew Fraser gave a speech to the school that contained offensive and sexual references and then officials at the school then punished him for saying those things (What are the free expression rights of students in public schools under the First Amendment?). The teacher can also send that student to the principal and the punishment could end up being suspension or expulsion. An example of this is one of my good friends was in his PE class a couple weeks ago, his teacher said something that he did not like.
Uniforms to some may feel uncomfortable and may not be universal to all body styles. If students feel apprehensive about how they are dressed then the learning discontinues in the classrooms. Some parents feel it is cruel to not let their children express themselves the way they want and end up switching schools for a better fit for their child’s needs. In Sarah Kizis’s article she states, “Opponents say they infringe on students’ constitutional right of self-expression and do not address schools’ real problems”
Also he would be a hindrance to the class because he would slow his classmates down with his lack of knowledge causing the teacher to have to explain everything to him. The advancement to the next grade without passing the previous grade will not only hurt the child’s self-esteem and basic education foundation, but also cause him to be a nuisance to his classmates. Elementary school is the place where one learns the basic principle of math, English, and science. If a child can’t master simple concepts such as addition or spelling; then they are not fit to move on to the next grade where they learn even more advanced concepts. Some people say that if a student is hel...
Garland argues that when trouble makers are in school to bully others and if the school system withdraws troublemakers from school it will be a more peaceful environment (694). However, if the educational system withdraws these troublemakers from schools, not just will it be a quiet learning environment, but also other individuals will not figure out how to negotiate successfully towards those troublemakers who are dissimilar to them. Environment. For instance, throughout high school my classroom learning environment had many troublemakers disrupting the classroom. Many of these troublemakers would ask me to let them copy my homework.
If the parents of the student see how their son or daughter is getting treated differently they will then have to move their child to another school which they think is a better fit. By moving, the child then loses all of his or her friends and must start over. “Public school students of color get more punishment and less access to veteran teachers than their white peers” (Resmovits 2014). If these children continue to see their peers treated unfairly, they could begin to treat them different than everyone
If teachers really care about making sure that a student is getting the proper education and learning what they need to learn, they would never say that or even have that mentality. They fail to realize that by putting less interest in helping the youths will only hold them back from moving forward to the next step. Also, the system suspends many kids out of the school because it is in the disciplinary code. Students that get kicked out of school for a long period of time start to miss out on school work and eventually start to fall behind and fail. When things like this start to happen, it only leads to the youth dropping out of school.
Thus, a bad school performance already is reason for starting bullying against those who do not have good grades. The other children give them pejorative nicknames and isolate them from the rest of the students. This makes the school is torture for this type of student. They end up not putting up the pressure and drop out of school. Another critical point to highlight is the transition to the elementary school to middle school when the school changes the system of having only one teacher to have several teachers and rotations classrooms and colleagues.
Some don’t think that uniforms will help the safety of the children in schools because it shows predators that the children go to a certain school (O., 2013, April 4). King, (1998) also says in his article, that the schools should provide the students with a safe and disciplined learning environment. There are many things that can destroy a schools environment. Violence in a school will demolish the environment for the students and cause a negative effect on the student’s motivation to learn. In an unsafe environment, teachers can’t teach the students to their full potential and the students can’t learn to their full potential.
Too much emphasis on a single test gets students nowhere. Many critics say that high school graduates are unprepared for college, because of this testing many graduates go to college unprepared. The students then have to take remedial courses, because they can not handle college level work(chronicle 1). These tests are to prepare students for the classes and work ahead, but all the do is hold students back. Many teachers fear that they are sending the students into secondary education unprepared.