It is so sad that it seems people want to blame others for their lack of parenting skills. I do volunteer my time at my childs school and I see parents that come up ready to defend their child to the death over some crap like , "he should be able to sage his pants to his knees if he wants to" or "why does my daughter have to wear a skirt that comes to her knees?" instead of "why is my child bringing a weapon to school?" or "why is my child fighting at school?" They muct be doing that to defend themselves and it must be the fault of the school somehow for not making my bad a-- child feel safe. It is always someone elses fault that a child is acting out. Don't believe me take a day just to go sit and observe at a school and it is your right to go to the school that your child is attending, if you are told otherwise you need to take that up with you local school board. But a day or a couple of days at the school with change your whole outlook on the school system and the children and parents that are in it. No they are not all bad, but they are just sucking up all the good that can come out of being at school.
Well who is fighting for the children that have to go to school with these Bad A-- kids? They rule their homes with their parents then come to school and threaten the other children and the staff but we are supposed to feel oh so bad for them, so please give me a break. All times it is the child who is showing their A-- that gets all the attention then we wonder why other children are quick to follow their lead, they follow because they see that is the type of behavior that gets attention, so wake up! your kid gets expelled or suspended then make them suffer the consequences and let the children that want to learn learn
Creative Loafing Atlanta
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