posted on Jun, 20 2012 @ 04:05 PM
reply to post by Tykonos
i respect your opinion but i am sorry you are wrong, the fact that you're saying this is why children are the way they are, using the excuse that
parents or us ADULTS don't back up rules is ridiculous. I work in a school and see teachers almost on their knees trying to enforce the rules but
still these kids (Not all but most) think that the rules dont apply to them. you can no longer punish a child, i have seen this, they will simple
shout about their rights and how we cant touch them, those days should be gone, it should go back to the days of smacking your kid.
For you to blame the parent or adults is down right out of order, show me a parent that doesn't enforce the rules and i'll show you ten parents that
do and their children are the same way. I fear for the future, these kids think that acting like this is okay, i can promise you this, if that was
happening in front of me what someone else said about pulling over and calling the school would have happened, and i would have refused to move the
bus until they were collected. you have given the children the perfect excuse to go out and do what they wish,
A side point to your argument, my niece was felt up just the other day, when my sister complained about this (She ran home from Greenwich to Woolwich
on her own) the school said that it was not the boys fault but the hers because they way she chose to dress and that the boy was just reacting
naturally. This is the world that we're bringing people up in, stop pointing the finger at the parents its time we punished the children for their
actions not the other way around.