Teachers should be allowed to search lockers. There are many cons in searching the lockers. Lockers are considered school property not student property and having teachers search the lockers save the school anything too bad from happening. But teachers should have a valid reason why? Having teachers’ search lockers just gets everything done
When people think of school, a safe environment for students to learn comes to mind. Students learn knowledge happily and safety. However, when people think about gun, they always think about violence, danger and unsafe environment. Therefore, an environment for safe learning should not have guns. The school hires school security to protect the campus and they should be enough protection.
You may be thinking that teachers are unable to stand up to students or outside threats under current school conditions, but that doesn't mean we have to take these extreme measures. Since school districts want to minimize violence in schools, enhancing security would be the best option; Adding guns to a school environment will only increase the amount of violence. Despite the unruly shooting of young children in Newtown Connecticut,
The young teenager believes that this is the way life should be like on T.V. to be the way of life. The last couple of years had turned out some deadly incidents of school violence rising. Problems like the shootings at columbine high school are not unheard of in this day and age. There are variety of precautions
Zero Tolerance rules started with the best of intentions in the early 1980’s to counter increased exposure to drugs in schools. The rules were expanded to weapons so that districts could work to safeguard students from an increase in school violence during the early 1980’s. Research is showing that zero-tolerance rules aren’t working to counter student’s aggressive behaviors, and in many ways have created stressors on systems that weren’t designed to mange large amounts of students outside school. To counter aggressive behaviors in schools research is showing that student trainings, through social skills and anti-aggression instruction, are one of the only effective tools in changing student’s behaviors to a point where there is an overall reduction in aggressive and dangerous behaviors in the school setting (Wilson & Lipsey,
These are things like sleeping earlier, doing their homework’s, being peaceful in school so that they are not having any problems with anyone in school which could make them feel down and not wanting to go to school etc. These issue needs to be resolved because Fog City will see this number by much more because friends have influences on each other and if one drops out then the others may be influenced. There are many crimes linked to truancy “students who do not graduate from high school are far more likely to be arrested for crime and also become victims of violence” this means that not only should this issue be resolved for the sake of Fog City’s school report cards but also for the crime of the city to be reduced. (Guernsey 3) The PASS proposal may not be such a good idea because it may have negative effects on the students in the long run. According to Ripley’s paragraph 2 “Psychologists warn that money can actually make kids perform worse by cheapening the act of learning”.
They also injured 27additional students during this attack. The two suspects later committed suicide. This attack was considered one of the deadliest mass murders committed on an American high school campus until the Virginia Tech shooting in April 16, 2007. These incidents sparked debate over gun control laws, and the availability of firearms to public within the United States. Also, gun violence involving juveniles is one of the current topics on daily news and television.
I think providing our schools with better security is an issue that should not be put on the back burner to be discussed only when a shooting occurs in our school. We want our schools to be safe and have adequate, security but we do not want our schools to become a prison. We want students and teachers to feel safe and secure when they enter their classroom. We must try and figure out a way to achieve this goal without providing our teachers with firearms. Since I’m currently working in the field of Early Childcare and Education, and I have several grandchildren that are in school I hope this is a goal that we can
Bullying in Schools and Online: A Growing Epidemic Proving to be Fatal Kimberly Futrell Harrison College Composition I Stephanie Kurin 06/10/2012 Bullying in Schools and Online: A Growing Epidemic Proving to be Fatal Each day, kids are being bullied in their schools and at home while online. They are bullied because of race, sexual orientation, creed, physical image, or for no particular reason at all. Bullying is not limited to age, but the most prevalent age range is teenagers. Bullying in schools and on the Internet amongst teenagers has greatly increased in the past years; this has led to increased fatalities because so many feel that they don't have anywhere or anyone to go to. These fatalities are not just suicides, but
Safety officers should be armed in all schools in order to minimize crime. Many people believe is it completely ludicrous in fact unbelievably insane the fire arms should be kept on school grounds. Allowing for safety guards to have access to using gun power in an elementary school can increase a young mind’s thirst for violence. Under no circumstances should a gun be visible to a child