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The Censoring of Information in the Classroom
Censoring of information in the classroom is an essential component in the making of

academics relevant through restricting the use of some information or making some information
available. Uncensored information may prove difficult for some students to understand and be
inappropriate for students of particular ages. An instance of uncensored information is a teacher
explaining a high school concept to primary school children. Hence, censoring information
allows for the easing of academics and a progressive understanding of classroom relevant
concepts.
Affirmative Case

1. Proposition:

The state of California must find an approach to censor information given to learners in
classrooms to prevent inappropriate age and unethical information from censored books.

1. Context:

After a lengthy debate, the state decided to make policies that constrain and restrict the use
of censored books from the website.

1. Harms:
a. Immoral information exposure- underage children may be exposed to information

not relevant for their age
b. Mis-information- students may miss understanding some information leading to

wrong actions and wrong applying of this information
2. Inherency:

a. School Shutdowns- inappropriate information may lead to cases by parents
leading shutting down of the school

a. Risk of loss of careers- The tutor not following the set academic policies will
face cancelling of their academic privileges and tarnishing their careers.

2. Plan: See proposition
3. Solvency:
a. Control information exposure- through the set inherency, caution will be taken to ensure

only appropriate information is given. (Gustavsson, 2018)
b. Set policies- through standards and procedures, it will be possible to gauge and control

learning processes hence only academic relevant information.
1. Advantages:

a. Misinterpretation controlled- with controlled information output, the
misunderstanding by students will be controlled.

b. Teaches good practice- learners and teachers will understand how to gauge
information based on relevancy and appropriateness to prevent the use of
censored information.

Negative Response:

1. Opposition to affirmative plan: The state to allow the use of any type of academic
information as long as it is relevant to the course at hand.

1. Context: As much as there is censorship of information in academics, some information
may be essential in ensuring the children get a complete understanding of some concepts
but in a limited manner to limit harm and have a positive impact.

2. Harms:

a. Access to inappropriate information- if all resources are allowed in schools,
children may get confused, have access to inappropriate data, and significantly
impact their academics (Caskinett, 2020).

b. Difficulty in understanding concepts- the lack of censorship may make some
information challenging to conceptualize for young students hindering their
academic progress

2. Inherency:
a. If no plans happen- academic stagnation and risk of school closure in cases of

complaints
b. If the affirmative plan happens- the learning environment will remain less than

optimal due to the lack of a coherent and appropriate mode of information
filtering.

3. Counterplan: see opposition to an affirmative plan
4. Solvency:

a. Use of the information- those who can understand still have to use the same
syllabus of information to get the same academic qualification as the rest.