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originally posted by: eluryh22
a reply to: Profusion
Two quick things....
1) I really wish people would stop referencing that damned movie. It was an ok flick, but not the classic people make it out to be (in my opinion).
2) On a personal level, stories like this one have a silver lining in that it makes me feel a lot better about the tuition of our son's private school.
Another question prompts students about courtroom procedure, asking what to do during an opening statement. The options are:
A. Wink at the Judge
B. find the hottest person on the Jury and focus your words on them
C. Speak to them as if they are cordial friends.
D. Treat them like the MORONS they are.
In a letter sent to Leigh, Principal Cheryl McKeever says the tests contain “inaccurate content, irrelevant material, unprofessional use of language, inappropriate use of language.”
In addition to the Trump and opening statement questions, Leigh’s exams also include a question about the Corey Jones shooting.
In the motion he filed last week, Leigh said that the teachers losing their jobs include ones who reported that they were forced by an assistant principal to change grades, reported paraprofessionals for abusing special-needs children, or who merely “have been seen speaking with those teachers” who have.
originally posted by: Sremmos80
a reply to: WeAreAWAKE
Would you say the same if he said something you agree with?
Like if he said that if Hiliary were to get elected we are all screwed?
Funny how some of the free speech guys that are always crying on these boards are silent when it comes to this.
I agree he shouldn't have done it, but just get confused when it is and isn't ok to call for peoples jobs for what they say.
originally posted by: Swills
a reply to: Profusion
Why suspend the teacher for this? It's actually kind of funny and Trump set the stage for this with his ridiculous comments. I suppose bringing politics into the classroom is probably a bad idea, unless of course that class is a Political Science class.
originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: Substracto
If we're going to fire public officials for not being neutral, then we'll have to get rid of every Supreme Court justice, every politician. . . .all!