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Karen

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Jul 10, 2012
 
Karen

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This must be too long or too hard for the people on here to read
CHS Grad

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Karen wrote:
This must be too long or too hard for the people on here to read
Decent read but problems go much deeper than discipline. Decline of public schools started in the 60's with the introduction of behavioralism supplanting education, No Child Left Behind was the final nail in the coffin. Public education is doomed, get your kids out now.
dear karen

Duncansville, PA

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Jul 10, 2012
 
what exactly do you want the schools to do?
I recall when paddling in school was ok.
I recall a 300 pound grown man severely paddle a 70 lb boy. That wasn't right by any means. The boy laughed too loudly for this "teacher".
I would never let my children be paddled in school. They can be punished but never paddled.
What exactly do you want to do here? start something?
Why did you just put a link up but say nothing?
trouble maker.
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Clearfield, PA

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If parents would actually parent, it would cut down a lot of these problems. If parents would teach their kids some respect and discipline them properly, you wouldn't have behavior problems in school. I went to school during the "no paddling" era, yet my siblings and I never got in trouble at school. Why? Because we knew nothing the teacher could do to us would hold a candle to what my parents would do to to us when we got home. We knew we'd be spending the weekend weeding the garden, picking rocks, raking leaves, shoveling snow and whatever other unpleasant, back-breaking chores my parents came up with. I'm not against paddling but I am against beating children. There's a difference.
CHS Grad

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Jul 10, 2012
 
dear karen wrote:
what exactly do you want the schools to do?
I recall when paddling in school was ok.
I recall a 300 pound grown man severely paddle a 70 lb boy. That wasn't right by any means. The boy laughed too loudly for this "teacher".
I would never let my children be paddled in school. They can be punished but never paddled.
What exactly do you want to do here? start something?
Why did you just put a link up but say nothing?
trouble maker.
NEA member much?
Karen

Hollidaysburg, PA

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Jul 10, 2012
 
dear karen wrote:
what exactly do you want the schools to do?
I recall when paddling in school was ok.
I recall a 300 pound grown man severely paddle a 70 lb boy. That wasn't right by any means. The boy laughed too loudly for this "teacher".
I would never let my children be paddled in school. They can be punished but never paddled.
What exactly do you want to do here? start something?
Why did you just put a link up but say nothing?
trouble maker.
I said nothing because I have no kids in school but thought maybe someone on here might like to read it. I only made the comment I did to bump it back up so it wouldnt get lost in the shuffle so to speak.
What

Grampian, PA

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Jul 11, 2012
 
CHS Grad wrote:
<quoted text>NEA member much?
What?
whut

Curwensville, PA

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Jul 11, 2012
 
Parent wrote:
If parents would actually parent, it would cut down a lot of these problems. If parents would teach their kids some respect and discipline them properly, you wouldn't have behavior problems in school.
DING! DING! DING!

We have a winner!!

Schools teach the children readin', writin', and 'rithmatic.

It's the PARENT'S job to teach them to be respectful, good citizens.
Butt

Danville, OH

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Jul 22, 2012
 
whut wrote:
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DING! DING! DING!
We have a winner!!
Schools teach the children readin', writin', and 'rithmatic.
It's the PARENT'S job to teach them to be respectful, good citizens.
Yeah, seems like your parents taught you how to troll on here pretty well. Your mom is amazing in bed though, so don't scold her too much
EGGBERT

Altoona, PA

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Jul 23, 2012
 
whut wrote:
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DING! DING! DING!
We have a winner!!
Schools teach the children readin', writin', and 'rithmatic.
It's the PARENT'S job to teach them to be respectful, good citizens.
Yes, it is the parent's job to teach respect, But, it's the parents who don't give a rodent's rectum that make it very hard for other parents to instill respect, morals and values on their own kids. The word "respect" is not in the vocabulary of most kids today!

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