Let me get my point clear: I'm not saying that teachers should be fired on the whim of a couple high school students who think that a given teacher is lazy, Gives too much homework, Or uses too much perfume. As a high school student, I know how teenagers are; they can like a teacher one day, And be complaining about them the next.
But I do believe high schoolers are most aware of a teacher's flaws, And other traits which prevent teachers from fully making use of the students' time. I believe there should be an anonymous survey in where students can rant/complain/praise teachers. And if a teacher stands out (whether it be that they're great or terrible), The school admin should investigate further.
If the school admin deems that the teacher is inadequate, They should fire them.
Nobody knows the teachers like the students do.
If there is a corrupt teacher that is mean and cruel students should have the right to fire teachers because the cruel mean teacher shouldn't be able to stay if they are not helping the students they are supposed to teach which means they are not doing their job which is why students should have the right
Teachers are like the queen bees in the classrooms. The students are the worker bees and they can’t rebel against he or she. Have you ever watched one of those what students say and what students want to say videos. That is what students feel like all of the time. Students aren’t treated fairly.The teacher sometimes pick on certain students which makes them biased. But usually teachers are sexist. For example, my chinese teacher always is stalking on the boys and she never cares about the girls. We told our principal and she didn’t do anything. She was even on the teacher’s side! The teacher kept saying things that weren’t true and the principal never believed what we said. Our principals don’t do a single thing if teachers are biased or sexist.
Depending on how much a teacher teaches is important, if a teacher is not doing their appointed job to teach their given subject and a group students are not learning in that class, they should be able to go to the principle and vote to have the teacher discreetly monitored for proof and thus fired.
Students are with the teacher more then most staff members are therefore they are more susceptible to abuse. In my school one teacher often harasses the kids, but because she has done so much for the school no one really cares. If multiple students come out with a good reason for the firing a teacher and proof then it should be considered. Of course the teacher would have to be allowed to also give her side. This practice could also further educate children in court and democracy.
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Let me get my point clear: I'm not saying that teachers should be fired on the whim of a couple high school students who think that a given teacher is lazy, gives too much homework, or uses too much perfume. As a high school student, I know how teenagers are; they can like a teacher one day, and be complaining about them the next.
But I do believe high schoolers are most aware of a teacher's flaws, and other traits which prevent teachers from fully making use of the students' time. I believe there should be an anonymous survey in where students can rant/complain/praise teachers. And if a teacher stands out (whether it be that they're great or terrible), the school admin should investigate further.
If the school admin deems that the teacher is inadequate, they should fire them.
Nobody knows the teachers like the students do.
No matter what kind of logic you provide, IT SIMPLY IS NOT RIGHT. IT HAS HAPPENED BEFORE. WE HAVE SEEN THIS IN CHINA DURING THE CULTURAL REVOLUTION AND THIS HAS NO GOOD EFFECTS. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
One reason why I say this is because student's can choose to abuse the system if they want to and can easily fire a teacher who had spent hard work throughout their living and in college. Another reason why I say this is because the teacher's that are the hard core one's are the type that will get through the lessons which some student's in school may hate. This includes the student's hatred for the teacher to get easily fired because of their dislike against the teacher instead of focusing on their behavior and the skills and use of language that they use.
Schools shouldn't have this system because, there are manipulative students in schools that will go to large extents to get rid of a certain teacher. They will ask or pay or blackmail students for help to get rid of the teacher, however, this teacher might be doing a fantastic job preparing them for the future.
Most high school kids simply do not have the mental capacity to make appropriate decisions on matters of this nature. There is no doubt that students would abuse this system to simply get rid of teachers that they are not fond of. Plenty of students would like to see teachers go just because they give too much homework, for example. I do agree that students should be able to voice their opinions about their teachers, but the final decision must be in the hands of the school's administration.
Some teachers are strict and work on student discipline. Allowing students to get rid of them would be easily abused. You could have some students offering money to others to get them to get rid of a teacher they don't like. Or maybe everyone will get rid of the hard teachers.
Putting a teachers job at risk because of a bunch of students, most of which have no interest in the class, is just stupid. The administration should take proper insight and review the teachers actions to see if they should get fired, but they shouldn't leave it up to a bunch of kids to decide for them. Then, it will not be about teaching, but it will be about making the kids happy so you don't get fired.
Students would abuse the system and try to get any teacher they don't like fired. It happens all the time even without and actual system in place. It wouldn't work at all, but especially not if it was an anonymous poll. That would result in students getting ALL the teachers fired in an attempt to get out of classes or to prove a point.
There is strong reason to suggest that such a voting system, whether that be anonymous serveys or through student email, would be abuse. Also, consider that many students would vote to fire teachers for minuscule or ridiculous reasons. Any school who partakes in this policy risks being torn apart in their faculty.