Educational Debate Essay

Educational Debate Essay - 1 Final Essay Final Project...

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1 Final Essay Final Project: Should Teachers Have the Authority to Remove Disruptive Students from Their Classes Permanently? Angela Peebles AED/200 September 12, 2010 Patti Barita
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2 Final Essay How much authority should teachers have? Teachers should be in charge of their classrooms. They are here to teach our children and to give them an education which every child has the right to have. But what happens when a teacher has a student who continuously disrupts the class? Should the teacher ignore this student and keep teaching or remove this disruptive student so that the other students can learn? The teachers are in control of the classroom therefore they should have the right to remove disruptive students from their classroom so the other students can learn. Teacher’s need to be able to remove disruptive students from their classroom due to they are taking time away from the teachers and learning time away from their classmates who are there to learn (American Federation of Teachers, n.d.). Every child has the right to a good education and even though students need social skills, teachers should have the authority to remove disruptive students so that other students in the classroom can receive their education. Until the disruptive student wants to learn and get an education, they should be removed from the classroom and placed in an education Disruptive students make it difficult for the teachers to teach and they also make it difficult for the students to learn. Our teachers have the responsibility to teach our children and our children have the right to a good education. Teachers cannot teach and students cannot learn when there are students that are disrupting the class (Thatcher, 2009). Students who disrupt the class, making it impossible for the other students to learn are getting away with their disruptive behavior. The days are gone when the teachers were the superiors of classrooms, having the authority to discipline any child who got out of control in a non abusive manner. Recently students have learned they have rights that adults cannot infringe upon (Thatcher, 2009).
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3 Final Essay Every child has the right to learn and to receive a good education. The rights of the children who want to learn are being violated by the disruptive students in the classroom. The disruptive students are stealing time away from learning from these students and taking their right away from these students who want to learn and receive a good education (Saxon & Richardson, 2002). Teachers should have the authority to remove disruptive students from their classroom. The teachers need to take back their classrooms and be able to have authority within their
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2011 for the course AED 200 taught by Professor Mr.smith during the Spring '10 term at Brevard Community College.

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