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Education For Bad Behavior

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  • Gerry
    In today s Westchester edition of the Journal News, they put a postitive spin on students who show violent signs of behavor in school. These students are sent
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 5, 2006
      In today's Westchester edition of the Journal News, they put a
      postitive spin on students who show violent signs of behavor in
      school. These students are sent to "alternative" schools. In the
      Journal News article they spotlight a 17 year old girl who has anger
      issues and can not remain in the main population.
      She attends an alternate school program, but may be short credits and
      will not be allowed to go to her prom or graduation.
      Am I missing something here? She has anger management issues, can not
      be in a regular school population and feels that it's unfair that she
      may not be able to attend her prom or graduation?
      She's no longer a student at that school, so she shouldn't have the
      right to attend either function.
      Again, it's freedom for the few as opposed to the many.

      Let Freedom ring.
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