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#22 Nov 3, 2012
We dont need to worry about that. Unlike Odumbass, President Romney will put the kids and parents first instead of the union thugs.

Joe Balls

Since: May 11

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#23 Nov 3, 2012
weakest wrote:
<quoted text> I as a parent went to a PTA meeting and met my child's first grade teacher. I told her don't spare the rod if she needed to use it. Instead, she went overboard and helped my child through a very difficult period. She requested to the Principal to place my 2nd and 3rd children in her room and eventually she became our social friend.If only unions, administrators, and parents support the teacher, wonderful things can happen.
When my youngest was in the sixth grade she was a hellion. There was ONE teacher that told her straight up, in front of me, that she would "straighten her out." She said this in front of the wimpy vice-principal too. My daughter didn't know what to say and looked at me for rescue, I told the teacher to do whatever she had to do. That's the teacher my daughter looked up to and had a great year with. Teachers today are basically sissies, and shouldn't be teaching if they can't get the kids to listen to them.
weakest

Mililani, HI

#24 Nov 3, 2012
In 1966 at Kailua High School a parent filed suit in behalf of her son when the school administered corporal punishment. The mother and her son with the help of the ACLU won the case. Two years later, our dumb legislature passed a bill to outlaw corporal punishment completely. Advantage the bad kid. He now has the attitude that you better not touch me or else.

Joe Balls

Since: May 11

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#25 Nov 3, 2012
weakest wrote:
In 1966 at Kailua High School a parent filed suit in behalf of her son when the school administered corporal punishment. The mother and her son with the help of the ACLU won the case. Two years later, our dumb legislature passed a bill to outlaw corporal punishment completely. Advantage the bad kid. He now has the attitude that you better not touch me or else.
He probably has a number in Halawa too.
weakest

Mililani, HI

#26 Nov 3, 2012
Joe Balls wrote:
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He probably has a number in Halawa too.
A good percentage of these rotten kids do end up in Halawa. You are so correct on this one. Many of them drop out of school and they do not become a high school statistic. The DOE still retains their good image. What a laugh.

Joe Balls

Since: May 11

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#27 Nov 3, 2012
weakest wrote:
<quoted text> A good percentage of these rotten kids do end up in Halawa. You are so correct on this one. Many of them drop out of school and they do not become a high school statistic. The DOE still retains their good image. What a laugh.
I don't think they are rotten at all, they just can't find their niche. I know one kid that went to federal prison for machine-gunning a club because he was refused entry. He got twenty years, of which he did five. He bought him a dump truck when he got out, and now owns a construction company on Oahu because his Brother in law believed in him and backed him. If you drive on a road here or go onto a military base I'm sure you're driving on roads that this kid contracted to do. School taught him nothing that he uses except reading, writing, and arithmetic. They treated him like a loser and got their wish. This type of kid, of which there are many, need TRAINING, not poetry and literature taught by some geek that's never held a real job.
weakest

Mililani, HI

#28 Nov 3, 2012
The curriculum in our public schools is non existent. The teachers usually follow the text and their is no flexibility. Students get bored and start to act up in a negative way. The blame should not be on only the students. Most of the blame should be directed to the DOE. They have an assistant Superintendent that oversees curriculum in our schools, but nothing has come out of his office in the last 20 years and counting.
hawaiian

Mililani, HI

#29 Nov 4, 2012
The DOE academic program in our schools is not for all students and yet they keep on pushing down this garbage until the students can't take it anymore. We need to develop academies in different fields.
District 1

Kilauea, HI

#30 Nov 5, 2012
That's a great idea, hawaiian. This one-size education is dooming the best and brightest, and losing the at risk kids at record numbers.
Unless you are a mediocre, average sheep, classroom instruction won't work for you.

Of course, the HSTA likes it that way where everyone grows up to be a sheep and doesn't question their union mentality.
YAWN

Mililani, HI

#31 Nov 5, 2012
A mind is the saddest thing to lose.

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