Pros And Cons Of No Pass No Play Rule

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It was 4:30 when Bobby was walking through the hallway, excited he made it on our school sports team. Bobby rushed into the room and swung the door open, right when he arrived, he heard something on the loudspeaker, ”Bobby Mires please return home you have been terminated from after school sports because of a failing grade.” Bobby was lost in thought. He tried so hard to get onto this team and he got ripped away from it the second he got in. That's a little unfair don't you think. In the United States of America, the “No pass, No play” rule has been messing up and disrupting people's lives. And it’s not just the student, but the parents, coaches, and teammates get hurt because of it as well. What makes it worse is that sometimes it's not …show more content…
First, students often times fail because they receive no support from the school. Many times the teacher needs to give the students extra help or advice and the teacher doesn't won’t them that, or at least not enough help. Now some competitors may say that the teacher is always doing the best they can or that the student just needs to speak up and ask the teacher for help which may be true. The thing is that most of the time kids try their hardest and are still failing which the teacher clearly sees so then the teacher should be the one to take control of the problem. If they don't then what makes the teacher any more innocent. Sometimes they need help, to push them further. Lots of reasons can cause teachers not to do their job but this source shows more on how the teacher are sometimes responsible. “The teacher should have gone to the home of the child (with the appropriate authorities, of course, like CPS and the police) and had a face-to-face with the parents and child about the severity of the situation. In case #2, the teacher should have arranged for officials from the military and criminal justice to meet with the parents and students and talk to them about the repercussions of poor grades. And, in case #3, the teacher should have done a better job trying to engage students.(1)” As seen this is …show more content…
Think of all the students that loss a team member near the finals and are put at a disadvantage. Think of all the students who get cut and are demotivated to join sports again and what about all of the teams that loss members toward an important game.Apart from the sports team, another person affected is the parents that have to lose a family event of watching their superstar play field hockey or basketball or track, the kind of sport doesn't matter. What does matter though is that this ¨No pass No play¨ rule gets cut from the school rulebook just like it did to all the kids cut from their sports

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