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When one is a student it is ever so simple to criticize the way that schools are conducted The ideas of students towards their schools may be somewhat misguided by their varied emotions and attitudes for their school However I believe that my thought out reforms for the American school system are not only objective but valid For many students going to school is more than just part of the daily routine A lot of students see their role in school as a stepping stone not only to their future life but to their future success Some people in the school however do not even feel the slightest bit of pressure to do well in school These people are satisfied with mediocrity Possibly even worse some are careless towards not only their on education but neglectful towards the schooling of others I think that such students who are not only disruptive but destructive should not be dealt with such a severity that they will either realize the error of their ways or that they do not belong in a public school Through my few years in high school I have noticed some students who are always breaking rules And for some of these students they are so regularly in trouble that the standards for their behavior is lessened being permitted to break small rules because the standard for their behavior is lessened This is a excellent example why I believe in not only stern punishment but set disciplinary action A student should not be allowed the chance to break rules simply because that is just the way they are Their bad habits will never be corrected when they are not expected to act properly I havent really had a great relationship with teachers in the sense that I felt that they were able to give me good one on one assistance if needed This however is not the fault of the teacher Cities have
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