The naacp's principal legal advocate in the 1940s and 1950s,
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the case of oliver brown, an african american father in topeka, kansas, whose daughter
was forced to attend an all-black school outside their neighborhood, even though she
resided only three blocks away from an all-white elementary school.
to maintain control, the soviets created the "warsaw pact" in 1955. which is a military alliance tied with other soviet nations.
in addition, the soviet union brought nations under their control in eastern europe and made them into satellite nations. the main purpose for all of this, was to create a buffer to protect themselves against any type of invasion from the western nations.
imprison subjects that didn't agree with them politically, making the bastille a representation of the oppressive nature of the monarchy.
on august 15, 1947, the indian independence bill took effect, inaugurating a period of religious turmoil in india and pakistan that would result in the deaths of hundreds of thousands, including gandhi, who was assassinated by a hindu fanatic in january 1948 during a prayer vigil to an area of muslim-hindu violence.
it depends on what penalties, and the severity of the student cheating.
so, the student is cheating on something minor, something unimportant, then i don't think they need to be kicked out of class just for that, but maybe get a 0 on that whole thing and that will teach them a lesson.
if the student is cheating on something important (excluding big tests), then the school should probably: a, give them a 0 on it or b, move them down to a lower level so the student feels like they don't have to cheat.
the worst thing they could do is cheat on a really big test like an exam, then they will probably end up with a big fat 0 on it all and flunk that class, or get kicked out of class.
lots of people (adults and kids) think that penalties should be easier on the kids, but i don't agree with that. if the kid has done something wrong, then the kid needs to pay for their actions and deal with the consequences.
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the case of oliv...