posted on Jul, 8 2014 @ 06:30 PM
a reply to: Mura44
Oh, believe me, I know that school kids can be dangerous and violent.
It is the violent dangerous ones, to whom I referred with the description of psychopaths, not the teaching staff!
In your last post, you mention being bruised by a young thug. The simple fact is, that no individual right of one person, can be allowed to impinge
upon the rights of others, and that the establishment at the school, and no doubt a government policy to boot, are complicit in the removal of
teachers rights to go unmolested about their business. That should render the school unfit, it's leadership should be removed in the very first
instant that they support one violent thug, over any innocent party, and the child in question should be removed for education at a secure facility.
I believe however, that EVERY school which does not immediately exclude children who are inexplicably violent from its registers, is failing every
other child at the school, and the teachers too. It is a fools errand to try to teach berserkers in the same room as people who could do well, and the
government and school boards need to accept this, and take it on board. If that means a shocking statistic where a significant percentage of children
have to be sent to the child hood equivalent of a boarding school for the criminally insane, then so it must be.
The method of placing all children, regardless of their psychopathology, together in a place of learning, has failed people in the past, and will
always fail the people it should protect in the future.
At my old school there have been some changes over the years, but it's still the same old place in some respects. One sixteen year old rammed a
woodworking chisel into the neck of another young fellow a few months back during a CDT lesson. Who was the school protecting by keeping volatile
individuals in the mainstream? The creep with the impulse control problem of course!