专八易考范文背诵 9 是否应该废除公开通报学生违纪行为这项举措？
Should Public Announcement of Disciplinary Measures Be Abolished?
In the recent, it is reported that students commit suicides after school authorities make public announcement of disciplinary measures against those culprits violating certain school regulations. Oftentimes, those culprits’ parents would sue schools for compensations. No matter how much money they are compensated, it can not change the fact that the dead students are not to regenerate. Some educationalists hence suggest that public announcement of disciplinary measures be abolished. They argue that students are fragile in psychology for they are the only children and usually get too much protection from families. But should they get away with punishments? I do not think so.
Firstly, as students have already borne in their mind the consequences that if they break certain school regulations, they must take the responsibility. They should accept any due punishments. I do not believe that those students have no idea of what those regulations are or any previous regulation enforcements. Generally speaking, they are repeatedly told not to breach school norms and regulations by their head teachers and parents. Before students sit certain exams, they will be reminded again of disposing of any material relevant to examinations. They will also be informed what consequences they are to bear if they don’t conform to the regulations. Therefore, if they still intend to break norms and regulations, they must accept any forms of punishment without complaints. Otherwise, norms and regulations would have no bonding effects.
Secondly, the purpose of public announcement of disciplinary measures is to help those culprits by supervision of the public. As people tend to hold their mistakes from being revealed to other people, they actually avoid acknowledging their mistakes and are unwilling to correct them. After the publication of their mistakes, culprits would be judged by their classmates, friends and teachers, and hence they can be imposed pressures not to err again. Without the publication, as those culprits may regard school authorities as lenient, they can get away with light punishments. It is more likely that they would err in the same manner.
In a word, the public announcement of disciplinary measures means to help those culprits, instead of punishing them for the punishment’s sake. Some culprits may be not ready to accept the criticism after the public announcement is made. If this is the case, why do they not take a while to decide whether it is worthwhile to make these mistakes? Isn’t it irresponsible that they make mistakes and want to get away with due punishments?