For Mate to say that all addictive drug use is caused from neglect issues is not accurate because he does not account for the people who do drugs because they want to. In spite of Mate’s lack of information, his use of hard evidence, and personal anecdotes aides in validating his argument. Scientific examples are
Many students and teacher across the state and nation have similar issues as well. I do not believe that the district should measure a student’s intelligence based on standardized test scores because it is inaccurate way of measuring their full potential. The district should also not use the tests to measure intelligence because if schools
(3) Some people say that allowing teenagers to get contraceptives without first telling a parent encourages them to become sexually active and that requiring teenagers to tell their parents before they get birth control would stop sexual activity but research says teenagers don’t become sexually active if they can obtain contraceptives. Studies say making contraceptives available to teenagers does not increase sexual activity. (4) Requiring teens to tell a parent before they can obtain contraceptive doesn't reduce their sexual activity it will just put their health and lives at risk, if the child had to have permission from their parents to obtain contraceptives. It would just make them not want to use protection and have sex without it. (5) However taking away teenagers' access to contraceptives doesn't stop them from having sex, it just drives them away.
In the United States today, if an individual who has the incentive to recreationally use drugs, the fact that it’s illegal inst going to stop them from getting it. If all drugs were to be made legal, not everyone would be able to purchase them, just like alcohol and tobacco. A certain age regulation would be set. Currently, drugs are available to mostly anyone who wants them; this is because they have no regulation what so ever. The public is able to buy them at their free will resulting in drugs corrupting schools and America’s youth.
Schools and parents do not emphasize enough that the abuse of prescription drugs produces the same destructive and dangerous effects as those that are illegal. Parents are in a position where they can dramatically reduce teen access to prescription drugs because these substances are mostly found in the home. There are so many way schools and parents can prevent the abuse of prescription drugs among teens, but they are unaware and underestimate their
Privacy is a moral that one has a right to. This moral can be invaded when the actions of another person or object negatively surpass this right. The people who conduct these screenings are not the students’ parents, nor their future employers. Also, students may not say no to these tests. Therefore it is unethical and also invades privacy.
First, he broke the department policy by not video recording the interview which was essential to built a solid case if they had confess in which he claimed the two did. Secondly, he did not have either of the young offenders guardian(s) present which was a grand mistake. Not only did he confess to intentionally crossing the line by avoiding bringing in the parents and including them in the interview he probably is also guilty of coercing them in the confession. According, to the self-incrimination clause it clearly states that any statement made by defendant(s) while in police custody before trail will be inadmissible during prosecution unless the police first warn the defendants that they have the right to remain silent, the right to consult an attorney before being questioned, the right to have an attorney present during police questioning, the right to a court appointed attorney if they cannot afford one, the right to be informed that any statement they do make can
More watchful parents and closely monitoring a child's friends will lessen or eliminate the ease of accessibility to not only marijuana, but other drugs as well. As a society, we have failed our youth in many areas of life. Youth need positive role models that are concerned about protecting them from harm and leading them in the right direction to go on a lead productive, drug-free lives despite any changes made to the laws. Being that age restrictions are put on everything else, there should be legal age restrictions for people who can legally purchase marijuana. People who can legally purchase marijuana should not be allowed to be around anyone under the age of 21 while the are under the influence or have marijuana in their possession.
These will not be tolerated on school environment premises or at any school function within or outside the school. These drugs are: • • • • Marijuana and other illicit drugs Tobacco Alcohol Inhalants 2.2 The Ministry recognises the social, cultural and ceremonial significance of yaqona but will not condone alcohol consumption in the school compound. 3. BACKGROUND 3.1 Introduction Drug and substance abuse is ranked as one of the worst amongst Fiji’s problems as it has detrimental effects on health, our society, the economy and security of the Nation. The National Substance Abuse Advisory Council NSAAC is a statutory body that was established through the National Substance Abuse Advisory Council Act of 1998 to work under the Ministry.
Having school uniforms is not necessary, and there are many reasons to prove why schools should not make their students wear uniforms. The other side might say that school uniforms are appropriate and if their was not a dress code then people would wear inappropriate things. Well why not just draw a line, kids can wear what they want but if it’s to inappropriate then they have to change and get a detention. The principle should just give out a note in the beginning of the year saying what to wear and the lines of the length of the shorts. For the boys they can’t wear their shorts or pants to long with a chain.