A high school teacher in Indiana says she may face possible disciplinary action after her students published a magazine on dating and relationships, which covered topics such as friends with benefits, polyamory and break-up advice.
Michelle Burress, an English teacher and media advisor at Plainfield High School, is facing criticism from the school board after her publishing class distributed the first issue of their student-run magazine, The Shakedown.
Findings showed gender similarity in the extent of violence and a number of significant gender differences in the aftermath of violence, particularly in the area of sexual coercion.
Prior to the final depositional episode it is necessary that any previously acquired TL is removed by exposure to sunlight.
After burial the TL begins to build up again at a rate dependent upon the radiation flux delivered by long-lived isotopes of uranium, thorium and potassium.
“The focus of ‘The Shakedown’ was a topic that is relevant to high school students, although as with anything, there are many opinions about what is appropriate and what is not.
Likewise, what is appropriate for a 14-year old might be very different for an 18-year old,” the statement said. FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR MORE FOX LIFESTYLE NEWS Buress told Indy Star in an email, "Because I might be facing potential disciplinary action, my attorney has advised that I not discuss the situation." However the statement from Plainfield High School said “the students have not been punished, and the publications class is not being eliminated.
Allen is the daughter of school board president Michael Allen.
But despite initial feedback, the students stand behind their work, saying they’re proud of the publication they produced.The presence of rubidium and cosmic radiation generally play a lesser but contributory roll, and the total radiation dose delivered to the TL phosphor is modified by the presence of water.The period since deposition is therefore measured by determining the total amount of stored TL energy, the palaeodose (P), and the rate at which this energy is acquired, the annual radiation dose (ARD).Everything we teach is based on peer review research found in other industries such as psychology, sporting and business.We apply this research to many aspects of attraction such as success, goal setting, mastery and confidence and apply these to attraction and dating.“We were so excited to put them out,” student Kayla Mays, co-editor of the The Shakedown, told the Indy Star. It was completely unlike anything we’d done before.