Class 10D Zero Tolerance in Schools In order to properly present the chosen topic Zero Tolerance, a term that has grown to become important in international educational policy during the last century, I have formulated the following structure. 1. Definitions of Zero Tolerance 2. The History of Zero
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Should students rate their schools on the internet?
Schools take a big role in our society.
They are the place where students are given knowledge to help them become successful and where they realize their own capabilities for the future. On American websites like “schoolrating.com”' or “ratemyschool.net” students have the chance to rate their schools online. The idea is to help parents finding the right school for their children.
Future students can view what other students say about the school they are planning on going to. The websites are advertisement platforms for schools to hold up their reputation in the eyes of parents and students.
However, many people disagree with this public rating. One common reason is because they fear that good students will avoid public schools with problems and choose private schools.
This could increase the gap between the schools. There is also a risk to lose the economy of scale from a large schools system such as providing buses to better schools. Some schools would opt for taking the maximum profit out of things like teacher’s payment. The teachers union could lose its skills in collective bargaining which would lead to low pay and would lower the abilit.....[read full text]