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A very large body of students at my school is outraged that our English teacher has dropped our good grades and kept our bad grades to purposely fail us. Nearly half of the student body refused to take part in an assignment of his because it was a ridiculous one at that. We would just take a zero for a daily grade. Well, instead of counting a grade as a daily grade (which he said it would be) he counted it as a quiz grade. We're used to this. Teachers do it all the time so, while we were a bit angry, no one had any reason to complain. It's normal for a teacher to switch the category of a grade on us. It really pisses us off, but there's nothing we can do about it. What we're mad about is this next part: In English, Quiz grades count for an overall 30 points to your average (30 %). We only had one other quiz grade. As a result, the highest possible grade one could get (When refusing to do this assignment) in his class was an 85. Not bad, right? Well, recently, our teacher DROPPED the grade that WASN'T a zero as a punishment for not doing his assignment. He was PISSED! Now, the highest one could get in his class is a 70. No one has a 70. Everyone who did not do this assignment is now FAILING because of this. And he knows it. Is he allowed to do this? I live in Texas, and have tried finding something on the TEA website, but there is a LOT to read through. As a side note, when we refused to do his assignment, we were accepting a zero on said assignment. We were not accepting our hard work on a completely separate assignment to be removed and not counted towards our grade. How about I don't do the assignment? I don't have to do anything a teacher assigns me, nor does anyone else. Poetry is a pointless thing to teach those who are not interested, and that's what this assignment was about. It would not have benefited me in any way to do the assignment. And I think if nearly half of the student body refused to do the assignment, I'm okay being one of those many students who refused.
And got the following answer:
No, you're right, you don't have to do anything a teacher assigns you. You do, however, have to accept the consequences of your actions: if you don't do your work, you will fail. It's that simple. You don't get to pick and choose which assignments you feel like doing. Would you do that at home? If your parents told you to take out the trash, mow the lawn, clean your room, and vacuum the living room, and you told them you were only going to take out the trash, would you think you wouldn't get in trouble? Or would you do that with your boyfriend/girlfriend? If they wanted a card, candy, and a phone call on their birthday, and you only gave them a call, would you think they wouldn't get upset? How about at work? What if your boss gave you a project that involved collecting research, calling clients, and creating a proposal, and you only collected the research? How long would you expect to keep your job after that? If you're one of those many students who refused to do the assignment, then you're one of those many students who is now failing. I fail to understand what the problem is. The simple solution is to do your work whether you want to or not. I hated poetry in English. I hated history. Did I refuse to do the assignments just because I didn't feel like it? No. I bucked up and did it anyway and got A's. As a side note, if you think the only reason for you to be in school is to benefit yourself, you are denying yourself your full potential. You expect the outcome of education to be preparation for a career, and this mindset is one of the reasons why the U.S. lags so far behind in education compared to other countries. Learning for learning's sake is, I'm afraid, something that is not valued in this country.