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Re: Jesus fucking Christ, was Whooter right after all?
« Reply #1 on: June 24, 2014, 08:31:14 AM »
Public schools have been restraining kids for awhile now. Kids aren't getting easier to deal with and options that could work aren't being taken seriously. Rather than warehousing kids in megapublic school and force feeding them an approved boring curriculum they could be returning to the old PS system where schools were neighborhood affairs and teachers had a much far reaching control over what they were allowed to teach.

As for the special needs students, they've always been a peculiar institution in most public schools where often the principal prefer to pretend they don't exist and throw them into a special needs ghetto and forget about them.

This leaves the special ed teachers often overwhelmed or poorly equipped to deal with real problem children that need more one on one care than a special ed teacher can provide.

A relative of mine spent about 30 years as an educator in Canada. She called this exact same scenario when I went into school and there was a "special" room for the "special" kids. She said at the time that it will come to pass that those kids being segregated would be victimized sooner or later.

And whether the whooter is right or not is up to you. I never contested his claim that there is and was a problem with abuse in public schools, I just choose to focus my energies on private treatment centers.