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  • Chewing gum is no problem

    Chewing gum helps you relieve stress and helps you focus. It’s true that gum does make a lot of noises but teachers can just say to stop and they will stop. Gum helps you do 26 to 36 percent better on your test. If teachers say we can’t then they shouldn’t have gum and all teachers have gum.

  • In my opinion, chewing gums should no be banned in school.

    Because theirs are many reason of good points of chewing gums. It true that gum is bad for you health. Its help student focus more. Helpful for taking exam. . Most children focus better when they are chewing. But sometimes gum it bad because some student when they finish chewing that usually put it under table which is so gross.

  • Yes because i

    Feel like saying yes so you should just deal with i okay i hate gum i hate people who chew gum i just hate everything having to do with gum deal with it. Some idiots put there opinion in the wrong section im here for facts people not plain 50 yess.

  • Yes yes yes

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  • It should be banned

    Because it is very unhealthy and it is very bad your teeth could coud get holes and chewing gum does not help you focus and you may get low grades that is my opinion. Also some people hate chewing gum and i hate it as well so you shoul;dnt eat chewing gum at school

  • Yes we should because studies say so

    We should because research shows that students focus longer, improves memory, improves brain power, increases alertness, more verbal in math, increases heart rate, distraction from talking, reduces stress, increases brain activity, moves insullin to the brain, helps concentration,in the long run people who chew gum do better in school, and get better grades etc...

  • Yes we can

    Today some school districts prohibit gum chewing altogether, others leave it up to the discretion of individual teachers. If school does not have a policy against gum chewing, then chewing depends of the teachers.

    Teachers have differing views about whether students should be allowed to chew gum in school. Some believe that gum chewing is the nastiest habit in the world, it can impede the learning process, and gum chewing can be noisy and distracting to other students. They contend that dried gum always finish under tables, or on flours. Teachers can respond to gum chewers in a way that is minimally disruptive to the class, but not all teachers are so tolerant. Most of the teachers' time is spent on discipline issues, which includes gum chewing. Teachers think it is a waste of theirs' valuable time and gum does not belong in school.

    Others teachers make their own rules. They allow gum chewing as long as it doesn't interfere with their ability to teach or students' ability to concentrate. If a student sticks gum under his desk, they make him remove it. That is "no noise" and "no mess" policy.

    Today it is not uncommon thinking that gum chewing in class isn't a big deal. But many people want to chew gum at school. They the undersigned believe that gum should be allowed in school. There were so many petitions for "Allow Chewing Gum In School". They contend that gum helps in many ways and that privilege also should not be taken away from students.

    Preliminary research suggests that regular chewing can help you remember names, make you thinner, whiten teeth, etc. Teachers may outlaw chewing gum in class, but chewing gum in class makes kids smarter. How could that be? Chewing causes our hearts to pump more blood to our brain than it usually does. More blood carries noggin-nourishing oxygen and that will help brain function better. It also increases the glucose level, making the student more alert. The rhythmic chewing also increases attention. Mental tasks are done 20% more effectively while chewing gum and that's why it makes students "smarter". Chewing should be allowed especially during big tests. Kids who chew gum during tests do 26% to 36% better. Chewing gum soothes students’ minds, so they can learn more in school.

    When gum is brought to school it helps clean your teeth after your lunch time. Gum can also make their jaws stronger. Some types of gum can make teeth stronger.

    One line of research suggests that chewing gum can lead to better academic performance. Teachers anecdotally found that students who chewed gum required fewer breaks, paid better attention and stayed quiet longer than those who did not.

    Chewing gum makes memory better, but what about the mess under tables and chairs? Maybe, if students didn’t have to hide gum hewing they would dispose of it properly.

    That all could be reasons to look at the positive things about having gum at school.

  • Yes gum should be allowed

    Of course we can. We're talking about STUDENTS chewing gum in school so if the students want to chew gum, they should be allowed to. What if a student has bad breath and they're helping a friend in math,that friend won't want to learn near a stinky breath. But if the student is chewing gum, his/her breath won't stink and other students won't mind talking to him/her.

  • Of course we can.

    We're talking about STUDENTS chewing gum in school so if the students want to chew gum, they should be allowed to. What if a student has bad breath and they're helping a friend in math,that friend won't want to learn near a stinky breath. But if the student is chewing gum, his/her breath won't stink and other students won't mind talking to him/her. Maybe a students' jaw is growing and it hurts so they want to chew on something, you don't want to see a kid chewing on a pencil so gum is helpful. Also, most of the time, students don't eat breakfast but at school they're hungry and they can't focus, sometimes, chewing gum can fill their stomach up for a while.

  • Chewing gum shouldn't be banned from school.

    No, chewing gum should not be banned from schools because study's have shown that crewing gum helps the mind. Also when you chew the same flavor gum when your studying for an exam, and the same well taking the test it will help. Most children focus better when they are chewing.

  • Chewing gum is no problem

    Chewing gum helps you relieve stress and helps you focus. It’s true that gum does make a lot of noises but teachers can just say to stop and they will stop. Gum helps you do 26 to 36 percent better on your test. If teachers say we can’t then they shouldn’t have gum and all teachers have gum.

  • Chewing gum is bwest

    We all love da chewy chewing gum because we just do we know all these teachers are like blah blah blah no gum it has suger and stuffz but noooooooooooooo dere is suger free gum stuffz so in yo face bossy teachers who say no no no to gum soooooooooooooooooo peace

  • No chewing gum should not be banned in school!!!

    Because theirs are many reason of good points of chewing gums. It true that gum is bad for you health. Its help student focus more. Helpful for taking exam. . Most children focus better when they are chewing. But sometimes gum it bad because some student when they finish chewing that usually put it under table which is so gross.

  • In my opinion, chewing gums should no be banned in school.

    Because theirs are many reason of good points of chewing gums. It true that gum is bad for you health. Its help student focus more. Helpful for taking exam. . Most children focus better when they are chewing. But sometimes gum it bad because some student when they finish chewing that usually put it under table which is so gross.

  • In my opinion, chewing gums should no be banned in school.

    Because theirs are many reason of good points of chewing gums. It true that gum is bad for you health. Its help student focus more. Helpful for taking exam. . Most children focus better when they are chewing. But sometimes gum it bad because some student when they finish chewing that usually put it under table which is so gross.

  • Chewing gum should be aloud in school!

    Chewing gum should be aloud because it helps kids focus more and they can get better test grades. I love chewing gum but i never really have dun it in school unless our teacher gave us a lollipop that had gum in it and said that we could eat it but still i love it.

  • No. Heck no.

    I think it should not be banned. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. I LIKE GUM.

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