In the course of discovery, the School Board members who voted to remove the books acknowledged that they had not read many of the books and that they removed them because they exposed students to the "religion of witchcraft." The ultimate questions: Do students have a right to read? Does book censorship violate the First Amendment and at the expense of who? As the final verdict on April 22, 2003, the Supreme Court ordered the return of the books back to library shelves. Background Information The Court cited the Tinker case and ruled that there was no evidence that reasonably showed substantial disruption or material interference with school activities if students were allowed unfettered access to the books.
Compare and Contrast After high school everyone has to make many educational decisions. One choice is how and where to take their classes. Whether college classes are taken online or on-campus, they have similarities and differences that need to be considered. With online classes, you don’t have any instant access to your teacher. Should you need any help or just have a question, it’s difficult to get any personalized help from either the teacher or any student in your class.
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Nicole Caffrey November 23, 2011 Mrs. Bentley Cell phone issue at Skyview High school In the halls of Skyview High school in Nampa, Idaho students are not aloud to have cell phones. During passing periods, no phone. During lunch, no phones. No phones what so ever can be used in the halls of Skyview High unless it is the beginning of school, and after school those are the only times. So they made it very clear not only to the students but everyone who steps in the halls of Skyview High that cell phone usage is two thumbs down.
Start each answer on a new page. 2. 3. Do not bring any material into the examination room unless permission is given by the invigilator. Please check to make sure that this examination pack consists of: i) ii) im iii) iv) 4. the Question Paper an Answer Booklet - provided by the Faculty a True/False Answer Sheet - provided by the rciuuny iuc/rdise Miiswei onetu — piuviueu uy me Faculty an Objective Answer Sheet - provided by the Faculty DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO CONFIDENTIAL CONFIDENTIAL 2 HS/APR 2008/HPY450 PART A (60 marks) Answer ALL questions in the Objective Answer Sheet provided.
Any student whose phone goes off during the practicum or has any other “noise” discharged from their phones, or any other electronic device, will be excused from the practicum and a zero will be recorded as their final score. All phones will be off and remain stored away from the student at all times. 3. During the Practicum you may utilize all your resources to facilitate your exam. This however does not include cell phones.
Instructor’s and University’s Policy on Academic Honesty All students are expected to abide by the University’s Policy on Academic Honesty, which appears in the Hofstra University General Bulletin. All written assignments, quizzes, examinations, and other course work and activities must be done entirely and without assistance by only the individual whose name is associated with that work. All team activity must be only the work of the team members, with no input from non-team-members. Any violation of this policy will result in a failing grade for the assignment and possibly for the entire course, along with a formal report conveyed
Advice Saying that, advice for incoming freshman and upcoming sophomores is that these are your most important years. You don’t need to play around, You need to do all your class assignments, and don’t let your grades drop because remember that it takes one semester to drop your G.P.A (grade point average) but it takes 3 to bring it back up. 10 commandments * No matter what go to ALL of your classes. * Don’t get on your teachers bad side. * Choose your friends wisely don’t try to succeed hanging around failures.
Crawford Kilian writes in her article “Plagiarism for beginners” about this attitude of students: You are in school only to get a non academic job. For you, university is a waiting room where you’re trapped for years. You just want to get through the wait with as little effort as possible until you collect your degree (par. 11). Pressure may also come from professors.
Cell Phone/Mobile Phone Should Be Banned Cell Phones should not be allowed to school. To allow mobile telephones in the classroom gives students the idea that school or college is not important. And when cells phones are allowed in class, many students will take this as an opportunity to use it. And this normally leads to disruption in class, cyber bullying and even cheating on tests or quiz. Students are in school for one main reason and that is to learn.