posted on Aug, 30 2011 @ 03:10 AM
The fundamental problem here is that they are rewarding people for their aberrant behaviour. Yes, they have to take part in ''anger management''
and ''conflict resolution'' courses to collect the money, but that doesn't seem a bad trade-off. I'm sure if that deal was offered to the
general population, then the authorities would be inundated with applicants.
There must be plenty of pupils at this school who have excellent attendance records, yet they receive no reward for their good behaviour.
It goes against the natural order of things to offer rewards and incentives for behaviour and actions which society is trying to eliminate.