Violence, crimes, drugs, youth pregnancy are some of these consequences. Even though, amount of signs proves that these dangerous causes are the effects of not displaying social values, we still have people that are against to promote social values in schools. If society does not want to keep seeing these deceitful results because the lack of social values, we need to consider implementing social values in school. Teaching social values in schools will ensure in students to have a stronger self-esteem, to have self-respect and respect to others, and to be tolerance; consequently, it will prevent students in making the wrong decisions towards their
One of the reasons it is so strongly pushed is for the health benefits it has for the students. Students don’t fully understand the health risks that come with having unprotected sex because we strongly push abstinence and parents disagree on teaching it at all. So when students look at how the reactions to sex is for the adults they Think it is a bad thing, and in reality it isn 't if we didn 't have sex none of us would be here and if students are taught the right things about the subject and educated on the facts they will get a better understanding and know what to do if the situation approaches them (Rushowy 1). “Markham said the broader concept of consent could be added early on by talking to younger students about respectful relationships and boundaries around their bodies.” On the other hand this worries parents about how their children will respond to learning about these things, and about how the teacher is teaching it. because it might not be the way they want their children to learn about this subject (Keenan 1).
This particular teacher does not deserve a pass for his criticisms, instead, chastised for a lack of understanding on where the writer comes from. Still, the writer makes the error in assuming an absolute moral to which all should acknowledge exists. One could in fact point out that the High School teacher displays close-minded thinking. Perhaps the writer comes from a background in which his parents from very early on instituted the opinion of homosexuality as being immoral. After all, our parents, peers, and tutors are responsible for instilling upon us our basis for moral understanding.
What I learned: The biggest thing I learned from this book was how uncomfortable we as americans are with sex and anything involving sex. We think that if preach abstinence and try to scare people out of having sex then it won’t happen, or if we ban all sexual content then the world will be a better place and there will be less rapes, less domestic abuse, and people will stop having sex before marriage. As much we try to separate religion from state when it comes to sex religion comes into play big time. Religion is the main reason why we see premarital sex as wrong. Its the reason why we view it as a bad thing and it’s why we shame people for doing something that is complete normal and okay to do.
The educational system should be the safest place for people to express themselves. But it is really just getting people’s pride very low. For example: high schools. These places should let the students know that they are safe and can express themselves at all times. The feeling of not being safe to show your feelings in school can only hurt the student in the long run.
This is just part of human life, and they must learn to ignore the rude, ignorant people in life. Because people can be cruel, mean, and discriminatory, why give consequences to the parents/soon-to-be parent (if it not the parents’ fault (and instead society) for being gay)? There
Many homosexuals and supporters believe this is not fair, especially the ones in Ame... ... middle of paper ... ...approve of this because they are afraid that children will learn to be homosexual. If a child is raised in this environment, it will more than likely assimilate into the homosexual lifestyle. Non-supporters fear that homosexuality is bound to shape the world Non-supporters are attempting to break the cycle. Although non-supporters are doing everything in their power to make homosexuality cease, the homosexual population of the world is constantly on the rise. Homosexuals are constantly fighting for and receiving rights.
Even though some school boards argue that schools who offer self-defense classes are ultimately encouraging violence, they are incorrect because these classes should be available in schools to offer students the ability to feel safe and to build self-discipline. First and foremost, school boards, who dispute that schools who offer self-defense classes are encouraging violence, are incorrect, because in reality these classes offer students the ability to feel safe. Many students who walk to school and from school are the ones who desire to feel safe. Even parents who are at work don’t feel 100% confident knowing there kid is walking where dangers lurk in t... ... middle of paper ... ...realize that crime and bullying will never go away. The only answer to this issue is to acquire and offer basic knowledge of self-defense by preventing children being the next victims to the dangers that lurk in the shadows.
Some school dress codes are unconstitutional and overly broad. This leaves a lot of room for school officials to enforce it and interpret it as they want. Dress codes should allow students to express themselves and be comfortable in a safe school environment. Students should not have to worry about distracting the opposite gender, and constantly pulling down their shorts in fear they will be humiliated if a teacher calls them out. They were created to prevent students from wearing things that promote violence, pornography, hate speech, alcohol and drug use, and profanity.
One would still be upset that his valuables were interfered with without permission. This scenario can be compared to bullying and how adults sometimes overlook the seriousness of the effects (no matter how big or small) it can have on a student and his or her achievements. Sometimes bullying is acknowledged, but is ultimately cast off as mere “child’s play,” but it can become so much more. A bullying incident does not stop in the school yard simply because a teacher puts an end to it; bullying must be addressed from all angles of parents, guardians, media, and everyday civilians that are children’s immediate examples of proper ways to behave. Again, bullying spans beyond school walls and cannot ultimately be controlled by teacher discipline alone.