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    the ability to move in and out of social classes. Therefore the American society hypotheses that the way to a better life is through formal education and the school administration are rated on their ability to prepare their students for higher education, which will allow them to obtain a higher standard of living. Therefore, certain schools and school districts go to extreme lengths to keep out military Recruiters out. On the contrary, it is vital to allow military Recruiters into the High Schools in order to provide opportunities to qualified students in order to better themselves which ultimately makes the students more marketable in today’s extremely competitive job market. Prior to evaluating why it is vital for military Recruiters to be allowed in the schools it is important to evaluate both sides. High Schools and School districts are in the business of providing quality…

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    In my opinion as a student, I do think that personal devices should be used in the high school classroom. There are many benefits that come along with the use of those devices, such as not having to carry those heavy books around with you. Another reason why they should use those devices is the fact that children are more motivated when it comes to technology. But with the devices being allowed, there must be rules that the children have to abide by. As a high school student one of my daily…

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    Building the Wall of Separation For many years the argument of whether religion should be allowed in schools has been debated over what was “politically correct” according to the US Constitution. Since the writing of this document, the separation of church and state has driven a fine line as to what is constitutional and what is not. Public education has created the controversy to become more of an issue due to the fact that public schools are federally funded. The principle that…

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    As a junior at Sheyenne High School this year, I know how important a safe school is to the well-being of the students. Additionally, I understand how drugs can be detrimental to the education, and forming, of the young minds this school works relentlessly to yield. I bring this up because our school faces a problem. That problem is drug and substance abuse. Subsequently, I remain a strong proponent of allowing police officers with drug-sniffing dogs to make occasional, unannounced visits to…

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    After graduating high school, students are expected to enroll in a University, which is an institution of higher education that provides knowledge for an individual. Universities transform students into intelligent, intellectual thinkers, and expose them to many experiences and opportunities. Universities are different when it comes to the system, such as public coed universities and private female universities. There are many differences that distinguish between both types of universities,…

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    app, but someone will always find a way to dodge the system. Not only is this a Yik Yak problem, “…it’s a problem with the Internet culture in general, but when you add this hyper-local dimension to it, it takes on a more disturbing dimension” (Mahler 5). Being that this app is so new, there are some glitches that the Yik Yak workers do miss. An example of this is when college campuses ban the app from their wireless networks. Since college campuses have been denied geo-fences, blocking the app…

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    We all know that school provided lunches aren’t very good, so why not leave school for lunch? Students are always complaining about how bland as well as small school lunches are, so the best option to fix these complaints is to have an open lunch. Food isn’t just a basic component of survival, it’s also one of the many things that makes life enjoyable; but school lunches are neither nutritious or pleasing to eat. Open lunch should be allowed in Augusta High School because there are many benefits…

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    In the United States, it is widely known that college tuition is expensive; so expensive that even already graduated students still have college debt. This issue has gone on for quite some time, but despite constant complaints concerning this, the government dismisses it and continues spending most of their money to upgrade the highest ranked military in the world. The United States government should spend less money on their already advanced military and more on paying students’ college…

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    In this decision, the Court’s granted a weight inconsistent with previous cases to the potential for coercion of students created by what the Court concluded was the essentially involuntary nature of the event. A comparable component is not present in the facts of this case. The voluntary nature of group’s meeting could lead the State to rely upon the decision of the Court in Sante Fe (2000), as the event at issue in that case, a high school football game, would be like the petitioner’s…

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    The reasons teens should be able to have jobs are learning how to budget, get work experience, and appreciate the value of the dollar Learn how to budget encourages teens to hold down a job during high school and start paying for some of their own expenses can help them build budgeting skills. Dinners out with friends, trips to the movies and gas for a car can be covered with their own hard-earned dollars. Allowances can be factored into the budget or phased out in order to teach a teen how to…

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