When a student in high school got in trouble for skipping detention he got whacked by his principal in his butt causing deep bruises and was sent to the hospital with serious injuries. Afterwards the principal received no legal punishment. Continue reading Corporal Punishment Implication
Cash for Good Test Scores?
Uh oh, she’s passing out the test. Woah, the test looks like it’s 7 pages long! (gulp) this looks hard, so I better get started. Continue reading Cash for Good Test Scores?
Well they should because they lose it once in a while and people should take care of the IDs but people still lose them. Trackers will be so help full to see where people have been and so the trackers will help teachers and others to catch kids of what they do. Kids do things that teachers don’t know so why not put trackers on cards? Continue reading Should People Have Trackers on IDs?
“Mom I’m home!” I shout after hopping off the school bus.
“Caroline” She said greeting warmly “Were having a movie night and…”
“I’d love too but I have a math test to study for ELA homework, World cultures crossword puzzle, Chinese essay, and the last page on my math tutoring packet.” I replied, slightly crossed. Continue reading The Homework Sickness
Complaining. Everybody does it, whether you do it willingly or its just an instinct when something boring, time-consuming, or something plain out dumb happens to you. Continue reading Complaining’s Other Side
From A to F: Is the Student Really the Teacher?
Students in schools aren’t learning in the ways they could, can or need to . But their teachers don’t know that. Why? Continue reading From A to F: Is the Student Really the Teacher?
Do you think that teachers give kids too much homework? Kids spend 2-4 hours doing homework but,the kids that are focused and don’t slack of actually get there work done easily. By kids having too much homework they could fall behind in their classes. Continue reading Should Teachers Give Less Homework?