• The schools should be allowed to limit students online speech because there is a significant number of students who have suffered cyberbullying, it has serious effects on students and it is the responsibility of

    • I agree with this because the schools should punish kids that bully others.

    • Dear Jose
      I am emotion with your post on restricting online speech in the name of students safety,”because schools are responsible to punish kids when they are hurting others. Then I also agree with you because schools do not want to see students being all sad when they are walking from class to class.
      One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is that essential for schools to limit students online speech because there is an alarming number of students who have suffered online cyberbullying. I think this is good to use because every parent would come to school and tell teacher why is my kid sad and then they will need to explain.
      Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next,because you know what schools should do to keep every student safe in that school.

    • Dear Ignacio
      I am intrigued with “Restricting Online Speech in the Name of Student’s Safety” because you show data on how many students were effect (according to an age). Also, you add a rhetorical device which makes your essay stronger. One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is “25.1% of the females have been bullied. This is staggering. To imagine that more than ¼ of the girls at that school district have been cyberbullied is heartbreaking.” I think this is terrible, many girls have been bullied, males have also been a victim; however, this can effect in a person in a variety of ways. First of all, cyberbullying can cause problems, like depression, self-harm, and worse conflicts. Thank you for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next, because you demonstrate a lot of important facts. This also shows that you care a lot towards situations like these.

      Rosa Fregoso

    • Dear, Jose
      I am impressed by your essay, “Restricting Online Speech in the Name of Students Safety”, you convey your message clearly and persuade me towards your point. I really like your introduction where you make your stance on how it is the schools responsibility to stop/prevent cyber-bullying. With that thesis it helps me know that I will be reading an essay about the schools role in online speech. One sentence you wrote that stood out to me was “students are enduring harassment and almost half of the times is committed by their peers”. That sentence uses pathos in the way that it makes me think of the last time I got bullied and it was by one of my fellow peers. Your essay flows and persuades me to your side on schools having the power to restrict students online speech. Thanks for your writing. I look forward to reading what you write next because you have a lot to say and you use a good amount of rhetorical appeals.

      Sincerely, Britney Araiza

    • Dear Jose
      I am totally agree with your post on “Restrinting online speech in the name of students safety” because it is true that schools are the responsible to have a good and safe environment for the students, I am also agree with you in that the Cyberbullied have a big effect in student and that it can cause illness or stress because when someone is passing for harassment as Cyberbullied, it affect them seriously. One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is “it is essential for schools to limit students online speech because there is an alarming number of students who have suffered online Cyberbullying. I think this should be approved for schools to do it because this thing could be something helpful to prevent Cyberbullying in schools by students. Thanks for your writing, I look forward to seeing what you wrote next, because you gave many evidences that prove that schools are the ones that must have the satisfaction environment where there is no Cyberbullying and where students feel good.

    • Jose, I think that the research you included made your arguments a lot stronger, but I would encourage you to include statistics on suicide rates based on cyberbullying. https://theorganicagency.com/blog/life-death-consequences-cyber-bullying/. This link has some more statistics about suicide from bullying. I think you did a really good job with your piece and I look forward to reading more of your writing in the future.

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