Our situation is about the safety in schools. Some current policies at Edgewood are no tank tops or short shorts also no shirts with many holes on the back and or front, good sportsmanship don’t bring anyone down and sad, no bullying of any kind and including names people don’t want. I would like to emphasize the role of each person in the school that could help and is involved in a way. First off there are the students, they are the ones everyone is mostly trying to protect but they can also cause harm like bullying shooting made by kids or suicide deaths. Next I would like to say some words about the teachers.
The process of euthanasia does not require the involvement of the patients giving themselves the drug (110). Though euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide are similar in the sense that it ends the patient’s life, they are unlike in the sense that the process is different. Dr. Arshad Taqi states how the debate about legalizing euthanasia has been around since modern times, and since then it has developed a variety of different definitions, making it a more difficult de... ... middle of paper ... ...low and painful death, deprived of a quick and painless death. Physicians have the power to help put people out of their misery, but instead they just watch them suffer. Len Doyal argues how euthanasia can be legal because physicians choose not to help their patients, but they can take their lives and experiment with it (65).
They shouldn’t fear for their safety. Sadly, this usually is not the case. Students come to school with the fear of being teased, bullied, and physically or mentally abused. As teachers or future teachers, we need to educate ourselves on how to keep students safe in and out of school. Most students, parents, and educators don’t think violence will happen or is happening at their school, but violence is happening in almost every school.
This discipline let's students use devices besides the standard computer and it lets teachers keep a tight grip on their students. In conclusion, Distraction can be either the biggest problem in your classroom or it can be as simple as re-directing a student and what he or she really needs to be ... ... middle of paper ... ...person's paper. A solution to this problem is to only allow school devices in our schools. School's today can monitor and censor content that could endanger and student's clean record. Without and censorship on websites that students shouldn't be allowed to be observed it would be a free-for-all and would be a race for who can get the finished paper the fastest.
The treatments at the hospitals that specialized in curing the insane were often done for the benefit of the staff, not the pat... ... middle of paper ... ... symptoms of mental illness. This drug was followed by other drugs. There was also a lack of funding and the emergence of community based programs that played a part in the closing of PSH (Bittersweet). And so the care at Peoria State Hospital had gone in a full circle. What started off as a place to send your loved ones so that they could get the very best care, ended up being shut down because the care was not up to standards associated with mental healthcare at the time.
So why a parent wouldn’t be upset when something happens to their children and they do not find out about it. I know I sure would be. There are many cases where school had the students in dangerous situations and didn’t contact their parents. Of course the parents where very upset they found out by someone other than the schools. Whether it is gang activity, bus accidents or unsuitable learning environments schools and parents need to have strong communication to have a strong relationship and make the most for the kids to have a safe place to stride.
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.
Detention is used as a disciplinary; chewing gum, profanity, not following rules, etcetera, are all ways an individual can earn a place in the “capital punishment” of school. What does detention really do for the student or the community? Detention shows the pupil that the schools do not care enough about improving their behavior. Having a kid sit in a quiet classroom and torment him or her with boredom does not make the individual feel bad about what they did, it makes them only regret that they got caught. With many tasks and people that can be aided, couldn't detention be used to contribute to the community instead of having the individual do nothing and help none.
When drama occurs the “victim” in most cases has done something to trigger the unwanted attention of the “bully”; neither side of this kind of situation is innocent, and it is considered drama that is temporary (Walker). What this means is that if someone is continuously giving another students a hard time for the ... ... middle of paper ... ...bout what they say or what they hear and realize if it is bullying. They can play their role as a bystander; bullies, to respect others in effort to stop bullying. Bullying will not go away all together, but students need to step up and know if they are bullying or not, and they can not stand by and watch it happen if it does. Overall, I believe that students have gotten out of control and need to self-reflect on their own actions.
Most teachers around campus will witness bullying around campus or listen to conversations about things happening at school and will not do a single thing. Many teachers want to believe that students go through that phase and that is how teenagers get along with each other. What is actually happening at schools is that it is an act of being bullied or harassed. Even though there might be police officers around campus schools should be just as involved as police officers. There is not really a law about cyber bullying or bullying, there has to be a change around schools for this to stop.