allowed to use corporal punishment in the classroom? Do you further contend that corporal punishment was a VERY STRONG deterrent to keep children behaved in classrooms in the past? Do you feel that corporal punishment should be brought back to public schools?
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Many of these "children" are out of control. Their parents won't discipline them. Many are born into poor homes where the parents have far too many children to give them attention. SOMETHING HAS TO BE DONE- these little hooligans are disruptive!!!
That's why I say permanent expulsion is probably the best tool. Maybe have a 3 strikes rule.
A school should not be forced to accept unruly children.
They SHOULDN'T but public schools unforturnately have to accept the rabble. If you watch videos of such unruly children, it really sickens one. It's the poor children who are oftentimes unruly. Just watch the youtube videos on public schools.
I agree. Schools get money for each kid who attends and that is the reason they are big on attendance. The bad thing is, no expulsion is permanent, and the kid will always be given another chance. School should be a privilege, not a right.