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Is it fair to infringe on students' rights for the sake of the learning environment? Why or why not?


I am not sure what they are asking

  • AE -

    Sometimes some students believe they have "rights" they just don't have in a classroom. If a teacher exercises her/his responsibility in maintaining quiet during an exam, for example, no student rights are being infringed on. Outside the classroom, students can generally speak whenever they want, but not necessarily in the classroom.

    There are lots of other examples.

  • AE -

    Please reread Writeacher's and GuruBlue's comments. Note that they are experienced high school teachers.

    Some examples of behavior that interrupts the learning environment: distracting clothing, disrespect of teachers and students, loud talking and other distracting behavior.

    Do you really think that students have the right to disrupt a class?

  • disrupt a class -

    Do you really think that students have the right to disrupt a class?

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