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I think this allows students to guiltlessly slack off during class and instead of being punished, they are rewarded with a second chance. I mean, why pay attention and do your work in class for an entire six weeks when you can make it up in only 8 hours of tutoring, right? Now, if a student honestly tries their best and fails a class by a couple of points, that's a completely different story. But that is not the case in most situations.

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Definitely. A bystander who does not report a crime is just as responsible the one committing the crime. Other than the the bystander himself being in danger, there is no reason no to make that call to the police. Anyone with any morals whatsoever would know that reporting it is the right thing to do. Period. End of discussion.

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I think it depends on the severity of the offense as well as the number of times the offense occurs. A student should not be kicked out for a small slip up such as a tardy or one little in-class incident. However, if a student gets caught cheating or some other major infraction, they should be kicked out. There are multiple tiers of offenses outlined in the student code of conduct. If the organization were to draw a line at a specific tier, then I think a lot of discipline issues would be easier to handle and we would find that a lot of infractions would be forgiven.

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