To: Mr. Perlman
Re: Final Memo Topic
Date: April 1, 2020
Classroom Aggression in Schools.
Researches have realized high levels of aggression in the classrooms, which directly attributes to the development of different behavioural patterns during growth in Alabama. Socioeconomic factors come into play like disadvantaged children are more likely to face aggressive classroom circumstances that will affect their behaviours negatively. This problem has received media attention and action plans to curb this menace has been on the highs. Substantial evidence shows media exposure to how violent television content contributes to kid’s aggressive altruism. Media, through its capacity to influence and educate on how children’s fears and anxieties are affected by others in the classroom context. Media has focused been on the limelight in coverage of severe scenarios of this kind to the public. Existing data on cases show that almost every developing child experience some degree during upbringing. The long-term observational data shows that approximately half of the social exchanges for kids between a year old to 2 years old are mostly conflictual. This issue receives attention from the state government whereby they are using official statistics to detect youth crime and seek alternative measures to monitor child and youth offences. This state has laws that include transferring youths to juveniles for offences committed. High school student behaviours, such as attempted suicide rates attached to aggression in Alabama. State government concern itself with this and the creation of children’s welfare programs to educate teachers and parents on development and other key growth attributes.
Due to the state of affairs, the intervention made by these state governments to prevent these high conditions of aggression. The state government has legislated forming a multi-component schedule to addresses this situation comprehensively to reduce child aggression in schools. Programs like First Steps program can be complemented in the learning development to achieve a less aggressive cohort in the higher grades. This strategy focused on educating the parents and skill developing component for the children. National governments liaise with the center for disease prevention and control, public health to come up with research to understand these behavioural patterns that can influence positive or negative development. This strategy can include installing different units, changing the environment for children and making schools habitable. Evidence-based researches are encouraged to shift from research to implementation of legislation laws in various decision-making categories. Enforcement of child development and parent-based programs in schools, which should be mandatory, is in the pipeline. Facilitating early childhood intervention and academic controls can be useful in the achievement of a reduction in child aggression cases in the country. Mandatory clinical treatment for children exhibiting aggressive social behaviours can achieve if this situation can be handle by research-based results and data; this problem can be dealt with comprehensively.
To: Mr. Perlman