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Public Schools and Drug Testing

is the issue of whether random drug tests should be aimed at a specific group of students who are considered to be at a higher ris...

Public Schools, Religion, Drug Testing, and Children with Disabilities

In other words, the first amendment allows for prayer in school so long as educators and administrators do not lead the...

California Schools' Drug Testing, Ethics, and Law

no evidence that suspicion is the case, is not overly approved of. However, there are schools where testing and active security is...

Drug Testing and the Constitution

right to work doctrine is not necessarily the rule of employment. For instance, in Texas, an employee challenged her employers man...

In Favor of Zero Tolerance Drug Policy in High School

in which "many public schools have adopted a policy of zero tolerance toward drug use, weapon possession and sexual harassment on ...

Curbing Drug Use in North Idaho

The people in the home that they were taken from were killed, and one of those individuals was their mother. Yet, one has to wonde...

The Necessity of Mandatory Drug Testing

Constitutional, and whether or not employers and school superintendents will be barred from implementing drug testing remains to b...

High School Athletes and Drug Testing That is Mandatory

high school athletes, has come to public attention again in recently in light of a report which was released by the inspector gene...

Elementary Education, Standardized Testing, and Grade Retention

In thirty pages this paper considers elementary schools' use of standardized testing such as the Iowa Test of Basic Skills in an e...

DEMOCRATIC SOCIETIES AND EDUCATION

illusion of democratic choice by parents of children who are fed up and frustrated with the local school system. Furthermo...

Article Analysis: Public School vs. Private School

Location - parents might move to get into a better school district. Also consider how far the private school is; might not b...

Tulsa Schools/A Toulmin Argument

society. It is quite conceivable that cutting teacher salaries will discourage and frustrate teachers, encouraging many to leave ...

Should New Drugs Be Labelled As ‘New’ To Indicate A Higher Risk Than Established Dugs?

funds used to ensure drug safety focused in the approval of new drugs. After a drug is approved there are few quality reports unde...

Public School Education and Vouchers

In a paper consisting of 5 pages this paper examines public school vouchers and this program's social impact with standardized tes...

Using Drugs and Juvenile Delinquency

use is a prevalent factor in the school setting is intrinsically related to social elements, a point the authors illustrate by exa...

When To Test Employees for Drugs

Act of 1991 demanded mandatory drug and alcohol testing "for employees in safety-sensitive positions," and was implemented by the ...

Exploring the Legality and Ethics of Drug Screening at Work

Literature Review George (1997) performed an analysis of 1617 specimens collected from drug screening from 82 separate work...

Public Schools in the State of Virginia

schools from grades K-12 was about 1.1 million during the school year 1998-1999, with these students attending 1,815 elementary, j...

U.S. State of Georgia and Public Education

In eleven page this paper discusses Georgia's state public education in an outline of school systems with Georgia High School Grad...

Questions/Public Relations in Schools

both the "organization and society" (9). Which is least desirable? This is the "One-way asymmetrical" model, as this PR model is...

Drug Problems as a Social Construct

life-threatening..." (Merta, 2001, p.1). In Time magazine, Lopez (1999) reports on one police officers journey through the drug c...

Reducing the Number of Hispanic High School Dropouts Proposal

drop out rate. Instead we must concentrate our efforts on improving the environment of our classrooms so that it does not discour...

NY Times Article Critique, Sulzberger (2011)

This essay is a critique of an article pertaining to the restriction that anyone who failed to pass a drug test cannot receive pub...

Drug Testing for High School Athletes

can be required to submit to suspicionless drug tests as a condition of athletic participation...the response was initially tepid:...

Steroid Abuse in Major League Baseball

2007, p. 128). After all, if 23 New York Mets players have either taken in the past or are currently taking performance-enhancing...

The Use of Anabolic Steroids Among High School Students

the necessity of these models. Are mandatory testing programs effective? Before embarking on a review of the literature in terms...

High School Sports and Drug Testing of Athletes

In nine pages this paper presents the argument against blanket drug testing of high school athletes. Seven sources are cited in t...

Texas Senate Bill 42 and School District Programs of Drug Testing

by engineers and trainmen" (pp.310). Justice Scalia also pointed to the special vulnerability of children to the addictive...

New York State and Drug Testing

In five pages New York's drug testing policy implementation in the private sector, government, and at school are examined in terms...

Public School Funding

thereby perpetuating unequal resources". The goal of each approach to school funding is to...