Elk Grove Unified School District V. Newdow

Elk Grove Unified School District V. NewdowFacts: Michael Newdow’s daughter attended public school in California. Teachers everyday lead their students in the reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. Michael Newdow is an atheist and believes that the Pledge is religious indoctrination since it contains the words “under God” and violates the First Amendment. Newdow filed suit … Read more

My First Day In The New School

It was Saturday, a busy day for me, I got up earlier that ay so as to pack up luggage. It was a little confuse because I was going to travel somewhere I have never heard of before_Tamanart, a small village which is 80 km to Bouizakarne but it belongs to Tata province. Sunday, September … Read more

Assertion of Masculinity in High School Through Control and Dominance Within Male and Female Interactions in Dude, You’re a Fag, a Book by C.J. Pascoe

Dude, You’re a Fag In C.J. Pascoe’s book, Dude, You’re a fag, she discusses how masculinity in high school is asserted through dominance and control within male and female interactions. Through decades of categorizing and labeling others, society has developed a system of lumping males and females into two gender categories. This text discussed both … Read more

School uniforms in the public schools

The first uniforms were believed to become more popular in public schools in the early 2000s. In 2015, over 150 students in Europe were sent home from school for wearing the wrong pieces of clothing in their uniforms. Uniforms can affect students by missing out on lessons due to wearing the wrong shoes. School uniforms … Read more

The Children of Stanton Elementary School in I am a promise: Challenges faced by children in pursuing education

Watching the documentary, “I am a Promise: The Children of Stanton Elementary School,” alerted me to the multitude of problems that young children face in their pursuit of education. The documentary portrayed how children from impoverished areas fail to receive the support they need to succeed, an inequality which makes angers me. Although impoverished children … Read more

Effects of school violence

“The National School Safety Centre records one of the worst cases of school violence to have occurred in Beslan, Russia, in 2004, with 350 people killed, half of which were children” (Enyinnaya, 2016). Violence in school takes place in many areas on the world. However, not many people know about the roots of this issue. … Read more

School Zoning In Montgomery County

Introduction The issue of poverty has impacted many families throughout the country and has affected the educational system of schools in countless counties in the United States. The United States has a self-inflicted, widespread problem that concludes to being concentrated poverty. Neighborhoods with concentrated poverty, who have a poverty rate of approximately 40 percent or … Read more

Benefits of the ergonomic chair

Talking about an ergonomic chair is talking about health, because sitting correctly has become a vital issue today. Who has not spent hours in front of the computer and suffered those terrible backaches? What are these cervical problems that we have suffered more than once? And it is that adopting a bad posture when sitting … Read more

Meaning of Curriculum Evaluation

Curriculum is defined as the sum of all experiences, which are to be provided in an educational institution. According to Wheeler (1967) curriculum means the planned experiences offered to the learners under the guidance of the school. Curriculum has been defined by Tanner & Tanner (1975) as the planned guided learning experience and intended learning … Read more

Dissertation Critique: Collective Teacher Efficacy In A Turnaround School

The dissertation selected for this critique was an interpretive phenomenological analysis study. The study investigates the experiences of five principals who were placed in low-performing schools as “turn-around” principals. Mayo (2018) proposed the research question, “how do principals make sense of and explain collective teacher efficacy in a turnaround school?”. The researcher discussed the significance … Read more

Cell Phones in the schools

Cell Phones should be Included in the school experience because the cell phone is an extremely powerful tool; along with the purpose of school being to prepare the newest generation for the future It is the school’s job to prepare us for everything we may encounter when we reach adulthood. Parents are trusting that their … Read more

Why Wifi is Needed in Schools?

A number of school administrations are still arguing that wired connections are the better option for internet access. However, Wi-Fi has taken place in schools, FAST, aided by the as much fast development of technology. Entire new line of devices, like tablets and smartphones, no longer support physical network connections. Apples even eliminated wired ports … Read more

IRIS Center Module: Accessing the General Education Curriculum

What are some important steps in interpreting data from high stakes assessments? After obtaining data and determining information such as which types of accommodations were used, how many alternative assessments were taken, and which scores were not included in the school’s improvement index, educators should examine the data to identify expected results, unexpected results, and … Read more

The Challenges Faced By The School Leaders When Creating A Mentoring Program

One of the key challenges of educational Institutes of modern day is to ensure a strong faculty capable to uphold the quality of teaching and learning. This looms as a challenge considering that the quality of teaching can only be the result of a strong teaching faculty embedded with the knowledge of the school culture, … Read more

High School Graduates Should Take A Year Off Before Entering College – Student Gap Years

Students need breaks! For some students, a two-to-three-month summer break just isn’t long enough. Some students need time to live, to explore, to understand, to transition, and to find themselves. A gap year is a break in education after completing high school before furthering education at a college or university. A gap year gives students … Read more

Should religion be taught in schools

Should religion be taught in public schools?Should region be taught in public schools? How will parents take this? In my opinion its best that religion doesn’t enter public schools because of the contreversy and media outrage that can stir up. Starting with one point of view, there are many reasons why religion needs to be … Read more

School Uniforms Should Be Removed in Schools

The annual school uniforms sales in the U.S. averages one billion, three hundred million (Statistic Brain). That’s a great deal of money towards something that the majority of student’s dread. School uniforms are typically worn in private schools but are becoming required at some public schools. The average student doesn’t want to wake up in … Read more

History of school counseling

In 1900 school counseling increases its prospects. The history of school counseling has existed for hundreds of years. In 1907 Jesse B Davis is the first person who implemented a schematized guidance program in public schools. According to the West Virginia Department of education, counseling was created in response to the industrial revolution when regular … Read more

Should cameras be put into classrooms?

Do teachers change when they are evaluated? Do parents worry about their kids being in school? Have many students been accused of something they didn’t do? All of these problems can be eliminated with one little piece of technology hanging from the ceiling. Cameras have many helpful factors. For example, cameras can be used to … Read more

Violence in Schools: Causes and Effects

There are several causes result in school violence. Although violence in school takes place in many areas on the world, not many people know about the roots of this issue. The causes of school violence are divided into two main factors: subjective factors (using drugs and alcohol, poor education, personality) and objective factors (family, community … Read more

The Debate Between Anti-Intellectualism & The Vocational Education In Articles "My Struggles With Anti-Intellectualism" By Paul Stoller & "What’S Wrong With Vocational School?" By Charles Murray

Educational attainment is essential to achieve because this brings satisfaction to our lives. From the articles that I have read, the topic of debate between anti-intellectualism and the vocational education has been raised. The first article entitled My Struggles With Anti-Intellectualism was written by Paul Stoller. He was a professor of anthropology courses and had … Read more

Should Sex Education Be Taught In Schools?

It’s something we all question in our teenage years: sex. Teenagers often feel uncomfortable talking to their parents about sex. For this reason, Sex Education is effective while being taught in school. Many believe this will increase curiosity in teens and may cause them to experiment. If thoroughly taught, Sex Education will be informative and … Read more

Mandatory Uniforms in Public Schools

Mandatory Uniforms in Public Schools Do you want equality among students in your child’s school? Do you want less violence within your child’s school? Would you like your daughter to concentrate more on her schoolwork and less on what name brand jeans she is wearing? All this is possible with mandatory uniform policies in public … Read more

Advantages Of Single Sex Schools

Single sex schools are institutions of learning where students of the same gender are educated in different classrooms and schools. This system of education is an old approach that has recently gained momentum. There is enough evidence of the increments since there is an increased number of primary schools, both juniors and senior high schools, … Read more

A Comparative Analysis Between Joyce And Stephen As Shown In James Joyce Novel, A Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man Silence, exile, and cunning.”- these are weapons Stephen Dedalus chooses in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. And these, too, were weapons that its author, James Joyce, used against a hostile world. Like his fictional hero, Stephen, the young Joyce felt stifled by … Read more

Violence In Schools

Violence in schools has progressed from bloody noses to bloody gun shot wounds. Kids now days observe so much violence its almost predictable that they act this way. People are SO desensitized to violence from TV, video games, videos. Kids tend to imitate what they see exposing them to violence before they can understand it … Read more

The Economics of Despair

Since the late 1970s, social science researchers, the media, private foundations, and policymakers have directed considerable attention to the labor market problems of young adults and their families. Most of this attention has focused on high school dropouts, the poor, minorities, and inner-city youth. But an equally troublingand broaderproblem has received comparatively less notice: the … Read more

Distribution of Condoms in Public High Schools

Coinciding with the onslaught of the new millennium, schools are beginning to realize that the parents are not doing their job when it comes to sexual education. The school system already has classes on sexual education; these classes are based mainly on human anatomy. Most schools do not teach their students about relationships, morals, respect, … Read more

The problem of violence in schools

The problem of violence in schools today is a major concern. Crime in and around schools threatens the well being of students, as well as the school staff and the surrounding communities. It also holds back learning and student achievement. The problem is more defined in the public school system than in catholic schools. Catholic … Read more