Youth rights

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  • Voting Debate

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    could take place in voting would be to lower the voting age. The right to vote has been a very controversial topic in recent years, and there has been some heated debate whether it should or should not. The point of view shown here is that it should decrease. There are many reasons why the age of 18 should be reduced which currently is the voting requirement and has been since 1971 when the 26th Amendment came into effect. Youth is evolving today in the modern day 21st century. We can communicate

  • The Voting Age In Voting

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    affect the voting field in numerous ways, and they are faced many responsibilities similar to adults’. 16 and 17 year olds are just as qualified to vote as adults are. According to the federal Voting Rights Act of 1965, a 6th grade education is all that is required for an adult to vote (National Youth Rights). The majority of 16 and 17 year olds have completed more than a 6th grade level of education, so they certainly fit the education standards required for voting. Not only do 16 and 17 year olds tend

  • The Voting Age

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    place in voting would be to lower the voting age. The right to vote has been a very controversial topic in recent years, and there has been some heated debate whether it should or should not. The point of view shown here is that it should decrease. There are many reasons why it the age of 18 should be reduced which currently is the voting requirement and has been since 1971 when the 26th Amendment came into effect. II. Topic #1 Topic Sentence: Youth is evolving today in the modern day 21st century

  • Pros And Cons Of The Corporal Punishment Of Children?

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    not make our children snitches, who will constantly report their parents, claim Dveri. Should physical punishment of children be banned by law? "Politika", in partnership with UNICEF, dedicates one page this month to child rights, the issue that stirred the public and conflicted views of experts from various fields, but also those who refer to the traditional way of raising children. The reason for the bitter debates was the First Draft of the Civil

  • The Voting Age Of The United States

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    has two sides, each opinion has both advantages and disadvantages. In my opinion, I prefer the voting age to be 18 in the United States. Teenagers who are 18 years old are independent enough to make their own decisions, and they should have the vote right as other adults do. First of all, 18 year old people are independent enough to make their own decisions including voting for the nation. For most people in the United States, age 18 is the beginning of living without parents, making decisions independently

  • The Problems Of School With Student Discipline

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    According to Webster ethics is defined as: “pertaining to or dealing with morals or the principles of morality; pertaining to right and wrong in conduct or being in accordance with the rules or standards for right conduct or practice, especially the standards of a profession”. For this Critical Research Paper, I decided to focus on the problems that we are having in school with student discipline. Teachers are confronted with many challenges, from stimulating halfhearted learners to calming or subduing

  • The Negative Consequences Of Zero Tolerance In Schools

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    Executive Summary Recent years have seen many students denied the right to educational opportunities- a key cornerstone of any democratic and enlightened nations- under the policies included in the zero tolerance student discipline policies. The zero tolerance concept in schools developed out of the federal drug enforcement laws of the early 1980’s. Within the context of the school, zero tolerance laws are meant to communicate strongly a message that particular behaviors are intolerable by imposing

  • Abortion for Underage Children Should Require Parental Consent

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    Underage people are prohibiting smoking, drinking, or going in field trips without their parents’ permission. Therefore, how can a teenage girl have an abortion without the approval of her parents? Abortion itself is a controversial subject, and underage abortion is even more controversial. Minors should not have an abortion without the consent of their parents or their legal guardians for a variety of reasons. First, most adolescents are not mature enough to make decisions that will change

  • The Role Of Corporal Punishment In Teaching

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    The role of punishment in teaching. Punishment can be defined as part of disciplinary measure that can be inflicted on any person with the aim of creating positive behavioral change? In order words, punishment can be considered a sub-aspect of discipline. At the level of schools, “many parents and teachers see punishment as part of discipline” (D.H. Sailor, 2010), based on discipline. Some people however, do not see punishment as part of discipline. They strongly uphold that “discipline does not

  • Zero Tolerance In Schools

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    Schools are becoming more detrimental to our society as time continues to carry on, however not quite the reasons why one would think. The new upcoming law of the zero tolerance policy was built to create a safer academic environment, but due to the circumstances; it has gotten quite out of hand. The policy is now seen as a direct pipeline toward juvenile/prisons, an increase in irrational suspensions, and unfairly misdirected to minority groups. The main consequence in the zero tolerance policy

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