posted on Jun, 2 2011 @ 08:36 AM
We hear so much news with the TSA and stuff about how people are getting infringed upon, it is nice to hear a story of a public entity backing off.
Suspending kids from school for stupid things like carrying advil, needs to stop.
It is a hardship on the parent, student, and community alike. And highly unneccessary.
I had the brother of a boyfriend once carted off to a mental institution and drugged up for four months for getting mad at a teach and saying I am
gonna kill you.
Here are examples from the article:
"The shift is a quiet counterpoint to a long string of high-profile cases about severe punishments for childhood misjudgments. In recent months, a
high school lacrosse player was suspended in Easton, Md., and led away in handcuffs for having a pocketknife in his gear bag that he said was for
fixing lacrosse sticks. Earlier, a teenager in the Virginia community of Spotsylvania was expelled for blowing plastic pellets through a tube at