posted on Jun, 26 2012 @ 01:41 AM
I dunno, they never tell the whole story. I can imagine (from being in the inner city schools) that those students are doing a lot more than what's
For example, one of the reasons was throwing airplanes.... ok, so what's to say the student in question didn't throw an airplane at someone, then get
in a fist fight, pull a knife and cut the other person? They don't report that part because it would take away from the sensationalism.
There is no way, in the world, that someone is going to be arrested just for throwing an airplane or paper wads or spraying perfume or any of the
other claims that are being made. 99.99% of the time, it's what happened along with those things that was most likely the result. Anything from having
a weapon, threatening someone, standing up and screaming they were "gonna pop a cap" in somebody. It's never, EVER just a simple act of the student
politely refusing something or innocently participating in something. There's always more to it.
By the time they get to high school, or even middle school and elementary, their families (or lack thereof) have already instilled the "background"
into them and that's where most of the problems lie. Families aren't what they used to be. The people who are "raising kids" these days are not like
our parents were, they aren't like the parents here, there are many who have no clue how to parent, leave their kids alone while they go party, teach
them to lie and steal... that's why schools are in the shape they're in. They're not given students to teach, they're given convicts to manage that
were raised by other convicts and will go on to raise convicts of their own.
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