• Thank you for sharing this information it has been very informative . It was interesting to read about your take on teen pregnancy . I agree on the point you have made that most teens that get pregnant at a young age get judged and treated differently based off of their religious beliefs . The example you gave made your point very valid and…[Read more]

  • Dear ,Kaylee
    I am agree with your post about how parents should take action on their kids social life and not have the school take control of it because although it may cause a distraction at school there’s only so much a school can do and most of the time when schools get involved it causes a bigger problem for the student . One sentence you…[Read more]

  • Do you  think that giving teenagers too much  online privileges can affect people around the world ? There are many new ways to do stuff now that the internet has became a huge part in our lives , but some p

    • This was a very informative article! I found how schools have the ability to punish kids for online abuse very interesting. Here is an article you might find helpful. https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/articles/teaching-content/cyberbullying-what-teachers-and-schools-can-do/

    • Nayeli-

      You provided compelling examples for supporting school involvement in student online activity. I found a Scientific American article regarding student mental health and social media, and I believe this may help your research. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/social-media-cyber-bullying-linked-to-teen-depression/
      I think it would be interesting for you to include court cases regarding online speech specifically in schools.

      Good luck!


    • This is an interesting topic. I understand your point that schools should intervene in harmful online activity in order to provide a safer environment for their students. I do have a couple questions though. How would schools know when they need to intervene? How would cyberbullying between people in different schools or even in different states be punished if at all? Would the schools just have to act on reported incidents or would they monitor students phones? Would this monitoring create an untrusting and violating situation in itself? I think your point is valid, but I would like to hear your thoughts on some of the repercussions or flaws of schools being able to limit students’ online speech.

    • This a really interesting piece of writing. I like how you included information and quotes from a committee hearing to supplement your argument. It was also interesting how you brought up the issue of free speech when it comes to censoring what students are able to say in the interest of protecting others. Though on a slightly different topic of free speech and social media, you may find this article helpful/interesting https://constitutioncenter.org/blog/is-high-school-student-speech-protected-online

    • Dear nayeli
      I am imprecionated by your essay Should Schools Be Allowed to Limit Students’ Online Speech? ‘’Because… Schools should be able to limit students online speeches because their is situations where things get out of hand and the students think its okay for them to bully others throughout the internet one sentence for your wrote that stands out for me is:´´ bully others physically and to continue bullying them throughout the internet is too much for an individual to handle´´ I think this is bad because… the bullying is a thing very bad for the teenegears thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next, because… you write about a thing very important for the people hoy en dia because is very important

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