Random locker checks are not done to torment and/or invade the privacy of the students, but for many other important reasons which include school security. These checks are required because malicious students bring drugs and weapons to school and store them in the lockers. Random locker checks should be made obligatory and done frequently to assure the wellbeing of the students. In the first place, locker checks help increase the safety in schools. Safety is a problem in every environment and especially school.
School uniforms are to be used to limit skin exposure and anything gang related to prevent anything that might harm students or symbolize anything unsafe. In some cases, students rebel and try to make the uniform look according to the way they want to be portrayed as but the reality in that is that the policy isn’t going to let them do this. Students need to oblige to the uniforms given to them and not complain because it can get much worse than just putting on a simple shirt that you have to wear every day. Take for instance IDEA School; their uniform policy is VERY strict and they only allow you to wear what they want you to wear not what you think belongs to the uniform. In this school, the students are only allowed to wear the school t-shirt, cakey pants, closed toed shoes, and a belt that won’t let your pants sag down to your knees or farther.
The school would need to inform students they should expect having little privacy while using the school’s computers as they are routinely monitored. They can be monitored in various ways, including the usage of software programs and technical monitoring tools, which allows remote monitoring of the computer screen as well as the following communication patterns. Staff monitoring is another method in which student computer use can be observed. It is suggested all staff members who utilize computers and the internet consistently should undergo professional development training to become aware of students behaviors which may indicate inappropriate computer use (Willard 2007b). Another way to supervise on campus internet use and hold students accountable is to require them to print their browsing history at the end of their computer session.
If your store policy is to detain and apprehend all shoplifters, then you must adhere strictly to this step. Experienced shoplifters will try to dump the concealed merchandise, without your knowledge, if they believe they have been observed. Many states have adopted merchant statutes to protect the retailer against this trick. If you followed steps 1-3 and then lost sight of the shoplifter for several minutes you may be surprised when you detain them and they are no longer holding your merchandise. The best approach, if you loose sight of a shoplifter, is to make your presence know to the shoplifter and give them a chance to dump your merchandise and leave your store without a word being said.
in lab experiments the participant has the right to withdraw. e.g. the teacher has free will and therefore can walk away from the researcher whenever they like. Also teachers want to remain anonymous as they're not allowed to label student, so if their caught labelling they dont want others to know as it will put a bad name on the school. Whn using lab experiments to study labelling in education, it is done in a school.
Dear Editor, Imagine that you are walking into school when all of a sudden the principal announces that there will be a random locker search taking place for some of the students, and one of those students happens to be you. Not only will a staff member/administrator be able to look through everything in your locker and backpack, your iPod and cell phone will be confiscated as well due to the fact that those items are causing distractions in the classroom. Your principal argues that these random searches are to create a safer, more secure, and unassailable environment, but to some students, the searches may mean something different. This would be the equivalent for an adult walking into work and all of a sudden having someone look through all the items in your office and bags. Random searches against students are wrong because valuable time and money is consumed while conducting the searches, they can create tension between students and teachers, and it violates a student’s privacy.
If you fail to stop or pullover, I feel the police should have the right to stop you any way they can. Running from the law will only cause more problems for you. Also when the police do find you they will have no choice but to use force to stop you this time. This is where the criminals cry excessive force but it was caused by their own actions. The use of tasers in the schools have become a huge debate.
No form of disruptive behavior will be tolerated in this course. Disruptive behavior is defined as behavior interfering with the teaching and learning process. Any disruptive behavior will be addressed by the instructor and/or reported to the department head and Dean of Students. Behaviors viewed as disruptive include, but are not limited to: (1) talking during lectures; (2) placing or receiving cell phone calls; (3) text messaging in class; (4) viewing unauthorized websites (5) arguing with other students; (6) speaking rudely to instructors or classmates. Single severe incidents will result in removal from class until you meet with the instructor, the department head and/or Dean of Students.
Bullying is a plague that creeps up on schools and spreads through rumors, causing innocent students to suffer. This is serious because, bullying is harmful towards anyone, especially to those in school. It could distract students from their studies and create a low self-esteem that can ruin future careers. Now there are already laws towards bullying such as discrimination, assault, and harassment, but those laws need to be enforced. However they are not, because in most cases of bullying it is usually one person’s word against the others.
Provides a statement to students that the use of illicit drugs and the unlawful possession and use of alcohol is wrong and harmful 4. Provide standards of conduct that are applicable to all students and which clearly prohibit, at a minimum, the unlawful possession, use, or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by students on school premises or as a part of any school activity 5. Include a clear statement that disciplinary sanctions, up to and including expulsion and referral for prosecution, will be imposed on students who violate the school standards of conduct and a description of those sanctions 6. Provide information about any drug and alcohol counseling and rehabilitation and re-entry programs available to students and provide procedures to direct student and their parents to the appropriate programs 7. Require that all parents and students be given a copy of the standards of conduct regarding the unlawful possession, use, or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by students 8.