Bethel School District v. Fraser

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    For an example on ala.org page 2 paragraph 1 “Students in public schools, therefore, do have rights under the First Amendment”This statement proves that Students in public schools have first amendment rights secondly in ala.org page 2 paragraph 1 a quote states “the court ordered a public school to allow students to wear black armbands in protest of the Vietnam War”The supreme court of the US ordered a public school to protest the vietnam war by wearing black armbands which is a first amendment right. Thirdly on ala.org page 2 paragraph 2 ”The courts also explicitly have held that minors’ First Amendment rights include the right to receive information.”Yet again the supreme court stated another right that students have, the right to receive information. Next is on aclum.org page 2 paragraph 1 a qoute says that “School officials cannot stop a demonstration simply because they don't like its message.”The school Officials can’t stop students from doing a demonstration just because they don’t like the message. Plus aclum.org stated on page 2 paragraph 4 “Congress passed the Equal Access Act in 1984. This made it unlawful for school authorities to ban certain student-initiated groups (including religious ones) from meeting after school if school facilities are available to other student-run groups.”Therefore schools can’t ban student-initiated groups and religious groups form having or making meeting after school.Finally on aclum.org…

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    right to a grand jury, prohibits double jeopardy, and shields them from self-incrimination. When it comes to the Fifth Amendment, one landmark case that applied it was Miranda v. Arizona. In this case, the Supreme Court concluded that offenders, who are apprehended, must be read their rights in regards to self-incrimination and their right to counsel, before law enforcement begins to interrogate them. In addition to the Fifth Amendment, the First Amendment has had its fair share of court cases.…

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    determine whether or not a school should exist. The problems may not rest in the school, but rather in the students. Teachers might not have the resources to teach students, personal problems might stop students from succeeding, or the school, in general, the standardized test can be more biased . Additionally, students might not be fantastic test takers in general, and the test could be culturally biased. The test scores show school improvements, students can’t be forced to increase scores.…

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    like tablets that can replace textbooks in the education field. Then, why tablets are not used in the educational field? Students who gain technological knowledge at an early age will be well prepared to pursue their future career. The school system should be required to use tablets in the educational field because the tablets contain different types of educational features, it protects the environment, and it has a preferable storage capacity and weight. Tablets are beneficial in many different…

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    “School boards and Superintendents each have distinct roles, but they must be innovative and use common sense in all areas; however they must remember that it is all for the students.” This quote confirms that in order for students to compete they must be supported by a school district that is led by a Superintendent and School board that has the vision and know how to give students what they need to succeed. This is shown in a High School that Works report entitled Improving Schools Requires…

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    For some time, schools have been debating whether they should get rid of sports to help students improve their education. Many studies have found that schools that provide after school athletics are shown to have a lower academic rate. Therefore, school sports should be cut off because they are a distraction from school work, cost a great deal of money, and cause fatigue. Many student athletes know that their extra-curricular sports may take away from their education. According to the article…

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    Imagine a fourth-grade student that does not have a consistent home. The food the school provides at breakfast and lunch is the only ration of food they receive for the day. Snow days are agonizing not knowing if they will have food for that day and hoping to return to school only to eat. Students are beginning to notice that they wear the same two shirts and pants to school every day, and exclusion from groups of friends is evident. Teachers send the student habitually to the nurse to get…

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    If this is true, how come our schools continue to employ poor performing, unmotivated teachers? Why is it almost impossible to fire a teacher who has been accused multiple times of inappropriate or unprofessional behavior towards their students. Why have more than half of school administrators never reported these incidents, even though they are fully aware? One word: Tenure. Tenure is a policy that was first implemented in New Jersey in 1910. Tenure was created to protect teachers from unjust…

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    “I Grew Up Here” Boley is a town in Okfuskee County. Oklahoma, United States. The population was 1,184 at the 2010 census, a gain of 5.2 percent from 1,126 in 2000. Boley was established in 1903 as a predominantly Black pioneer town with Native American ancestry among its citizens. The Boley Public School District is one of the smallest public school districts in the state of Oklahoma. For the most recent data available, it tied with Sweetwater for the smallest high school with 15 students.…

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    determine the predictive power of socio-economic factors on district-level student achievement on new, Common Core-aligned standardized assessments. We posit that educators may use our methodology and model to control for socio-economic factors, and more equitably compare school district performance. Purpose We used a least-squares regression model to determine the predictive power of socio-economic status (SES) on student achievement on Common Core-aligned standardized assessments in the State…

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