Student Congress

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  • My Involvement In Student Congress

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    I have been involved in student congress since I was in elementary school. I always liked being a leader and helping improve my school. Student congress at Lisle has been a key facet of the improvements and developments within our community. We frequent meetings with the administration of our school to discuss how we can make high school experience optimal for all. In addition, our funds expand beyond the need of dance decorations and a good DJ, we orchestrate many charitable fundraisers that help

  • National Student Leadership Congress Analysis

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    Recently I had the opportunity to go to the National Student Leadership Congress (NSLC) in Washington D.C. to represent my Upward Bound program at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. While at the NSLC they split us up into groups of roughly eleven students from across the country. These groups are to work together and create a mock bill based on topic provided to them and present it in front of a mock congress. When they split us up and I got to meet the people in my group I just thought right

  • My Reflection Of Speech : My Importance Of Debate

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    This year I took debate and throughout this whole year I learned in many ways how taking debate is beneficial to me, and how it helped me throughout my school year and my later life in general. Such as how to speak clearly, extend my voice and how to pronounce and enunciate clearly so that my voice is vocalized clearly and in a way that is in a way that is very understandable to everyone. Which can be seen on numerous occasions from ballots at the beginning of the year such as “ AST # 1 ” which I

  • PBIS Essay

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    PBIS because is a framework or practicum to help manage student behavior and assist in further prevention of unacceptable behavior like violence or uncheck disrespect. PBIS is an acronym for “Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports. Congress began to introduce practices for behaviorism before more evidence-driven approaches like PBIS. Fixing the preexisting Individuals with Disabilities Education Act both in 1997 and in 2004, Congress recognized the potential of PBIS to prevent exclusion and

  • Education Industry Laws and Regulations

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    The education industry has many laws and regulations that protects the teachers and students. The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) was established in 2004. This is a federal law that governs how public agencies and states serve children with disabilities from birth to age 21. This act consists of different parts and the second part addresses the education of school age children with disabilities. This is to ensure that every child with a disability has a free public education available

  • Copyright Law Of 1976 Summary

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    allowances to reproduce copyrighted materials to teach in face-to-face classrooms, but Congress revised the laws in 2001 to meet the needs of educators teaching students through distance learning. Before the Technology, Education, and Copyright Harmonization Act of 2001 (TEACH Act), the Copyright Law of 1976 provided only for display of copyrighted broadcasts in a classroom setting or place of instruction, to homebound students, and to government employees. The Copyright Law of 1976 prohibited most digital

  • The Influence Of Arts Education

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    and Social Outcomes of Adolescents Who Study the Arts.” The study examines the positive effects on social, cognitive, and behavioral skills that an arts education can have on children as they grow into adolescence. Findings from the report show students who took art classes of some form were 55.38% more likely to have attended college by the time they reached adulthood. The report concluded

  • Summary Of High School Student Demand Wars

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    In the article High School Students Demand Wars In Easier-To-Find Countries, the hearing is mocking towards high school students and teachers. The use of juxtapositions, mockery tone, and humorous language gives the capability to achieve that goal. The hearing is written to make fun of students lack of knowledge, and the educational system of the United States.       The title alone shows that the article is going to lack seriousness. When reading “high school student,” and “war” in the same sentence

  • How Has Education Changed

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    was passed by congress, exactly fifty years ago and was considered to be the Nation’s most important laws signed by Lyndon Johnson, in 1965. This act shaped education in these early years, evolving education to benefit all learners of gender, nationality and of different learning styles, which was considered in the past to be a disability. The Education and Secondary Act aided with special education centers and low income students funding, including federal grants for books to students eligible; this

  • The Pros And Cons Of Attentional Act

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    allows for some students to improve their score without having to worry about the cost of the test. Some students wish to take the ACT more than once, however, some families can not provide the financial means to give their son or daughter that opportunity. It is not fair for some students to take the test ten times, while others only once. This is because students do not have the same opportunity. When students do not have the same opportunity, it is not possible to see what a student can truly do