Samples "High School"

High School

The case of O’Connell v. Turner deals with the legislatures power to pass a law that made it legal for youths to be detained and sent to reform school without them being convicted of a crime. In that state of Illinois, a law was on the books that gave a...

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School violence has become an increasingly prevalent and worrisome issue in recent years. School violence is characterized as violence that occurs in educational institutions, from the way to and from schools, and also during school events. Violence occurs in many forms, and may include physical methods such as slapping or...

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Students should not have to fear physical punishment from misbehaving in school. There are plenty of other ways to teach a child right from wrong, and physically beating them is not one of them. If a student misbehaves and receives a paddling, it is true that they learn not to...

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The purpose of this assignment is to examine local schools to determine the way that instruction is informed by data. With specific reference to the data categories used to influence writing and reading standards, this research will focus on the Miami-Dade County Schools in Florida. The schools in this county...

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Mike Rose’s experience as he details in his short essay “I Just Want to be Average,” is comparable to my own academic experience in school from middle school through high school. In fact, it is probably an experience that a lot of people can identify with as they are either...

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Imagine, coming home from grade school to an empty house where mom and dad are still at work and don’t get off for at least a few more hours. What’s running through your mind? Party time! There are endless possibilities as to what you can do: friends can come over...

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This School-Community Service Proposal has a purpose of ensuring that all students have a good start to their learning day by providing a breakfast club which is managed by students at Skyline High School. A previous project assessed community based resources, and a need was identified for onsite food programs...

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The purpose of this school-community needs assessment is the determination of strengths and weaknesses in meeting the needs of Skyline High School and its community within Dallas. In order to better understand these needs various background materials, such as the 2013-14 report card by the Texas Education Agency (2014), news...

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To persuade my audience that condoms should be available to students in high school.High schools should distribute condoms to students to reduce the risk of early pregnancy. The pregnancy rate remains extremely high among school teen girls. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2016), in 2014, a...

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