It is a student’s right to be able to transfer schools. Students should be able to transfer schools if schools score below a certain level on standardized tests. Schools shouldn’t be able to hold students back from their full potential. It only is fair to let students achieve all they are able to achieve. There is no problem with letting students become smarter and there should not be any opposing side to this new law. While opponents argue that this law is impractical- what would happen if all the students requested transfers?- if the whole student body falls below a certain level, the school doesn’t deserve to be in existence. It is the student’s right to transfer to a new school if the schools isn’t fulfilling its duties. It is unfair to trap children who are on a higher level than the school itself. The only person facing consequences, is the exceeding student. Holding students back for the benefit doesn’t sound morally correct under any circumstances. By transferring to a different school, students have the opportunity to find a place where they'll be happier. If a person truly dislikes where they're studying, he or she should seriously consider if transferring is the right choice. The chances are that students will do better in schools that they want to be at. For students who may have had academic or disciplinary problems at school, transferring could be a way for them to get a fresh start. They won't have to worry about administrators or professors who already…
Starbucks Corp. v. Black Bear Micro Roastery
Trademark bullying has become a common tactic amongst big corporations. Large corporations, like Starbucks, know very well that many small competitors cannot afford the costs linked to prevailing in court at the end of trademark related lawsuits. Corporations tend to use these tactics to try and thin out the competition to maximize their profits. In the case of Starbucks Corp. v. Black Bear Micro Roastery, Starbucks uses this exact method to try and…
Dynamics of a black bear population within a desert metapopulation
This articles aim was to describe the dynamics of an island population of black bears in a metapopulation, within Big Bend National Park between 1988-2002. Big Bend National Park is situated in the Chihuahuan Desert of western Texas, within the park there are islands of montane forest, in a matrix of desert grasslands and shrub lands. The article defines metapopulations ‘as a set of populations…
Dear Gloria Negrete McLeod,
As we know, the United States Army Corps’ has started wasteful construction projects that degrade wetland for our black bears in the South. Everyone has said that deforestation is bad and it hurts animals which is correct. I read an article saying that the U.S. Army Corps’ has taken wetland from black bears now, if you look back, deforestation is destroying an animal’s habitat and by the Army taking the wetland isn’t that the same?
There is an act called the Water…
The Amazing Mammals from the Arctic
Species- Ursus Maritimus (Sea Bear)
Fur and Skin
Skin- They have black
skin with a 4.5 inch
layer of fat
Fur- Polar bears have
undercoat with fur of
different length on top
Hair- Polar bears have
hollow tubes for hair
Polar Bear Paws
Polar Bear Paws
Paws measure up to…
Essay “The Little Black Boy”
Throughout “The Little Black Boy” by William Blake the theme of guardianship and the clear act of protection is very prominent within the poem. It is clear to the reader of the roles taking place through 3 events. Through God, the mother and the Little Boy himself, this act of guardianship between characters as the poem develops “”. It is also evident the racial thoughts expressed by the Little Black Boy “bereaved of light” through links made to the white child as…
February 17, 2015
How To Tell White Bear
My friend summarized an episode of one of his favorite shows, Black Mirror, for me titled White Bear.
1. He started by explaining the time period and location in which the episode was set.
2. He then went on to set up the main character’s first arrival on screen.
“We first see the protagonist waking up due to an obviously painful headache. Her house is trashed, and there is a bottle of pills lying…
among white racists to keep guns out of the hands of African-Americans. The reason why, is that they would rise up and revolt. The KKK (Ku Klux Klan) began as a gun-control organization. Before the Civil War, the blacks were never allowed to own guns. Later on during the Civil War, blacks were allowed to own guns for the first time. It was either they served in the Union army and they were allowed to keep their guns, or they bought guns on the open market. At this time period, for the first time there…
yearly food. During this time Dall sheep graze with their young on the small sprouts of mountain avens before they must move back down the steep mountains for a long winter. Grizzlies, black bear, and wolves are the only predators of dall sheep in the tundra. Wolves are rarely seen whereas grizzlies and black bear are seen more frequently. Grizzlies are omnivores and their diet consists mostly of plants, berries, and small game, like ground squirrels, but they are known to eat young and elderly dall…
Great Bear Lake
The book I choose to do for this report was, “Seeker Great bear Lake”. The author of this
book is Eric hunter. The reason why I decided to read this book was because I had read
the first one and it was a really good book, therefore I decided that I would just read the
The main characters in this book are Lusa, Tolko, Kallik, and Ujuark. Lusa, Tolko
and Ujuark end up all traveling together to go to a place, called, “The Great Bear Lake”…
Spirit Bear, an all-white black bear that lives off the coast of British Columbia. They tell Cole that the bear has more pride and honesty than most humans. Cole proudly replies by stating that if he saw a Spirit Bear, he would kill it.
The two men depart from the island, and Cole feels completely alone at last. He feels his anger beginning to build up inside him as he thinks back and remembers everyone who has ever wanted to get rid of him. The next day he sees a massive all-white black bear which…