To teachers out there, what should be done w/the bad children in public schools? Should they
be segregated from the rest of the school population & sent to IS schools(schools specified for such children)?
They should be kicked out permanently after several strikes. Permanently. Or, it t should be very difficult for them to return. And if not, what happens to them should be the parent's problem. Not the schools'.
by preacherdon 7 years ago
With the entertainment and sport industries making multimillions of dollars each year and the education industry losing funding and shutting down programs and laying off teachers, should the education of our children be privatized? City budgets are no longer able to provide adequate funding for...
by prettydarkhorse 2 years ago
Which has the better system of education, the public or the private system?If you have an option would you rather enroll or enlist your children to a public or public school. Which system is the best in the overall development of your children, physically and emotionally, is it the private or...
by ediggity 7 years ago
Pretty interesting article about the current trend of teaching the Theory of Evolution in public schools. Do you think public schools should put more emphasis on teaching evolution to students?http://content.usatoday.com/communities … ng-poor-/1
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
Do you believe that children are behaving much worse in public schools because teachers AREN'Tallowed 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...
by Susan Mills 5 years ago
Do you think we should get rid of the Department of Education?Do you believe the public schools in our country have benefited from the having a Department of Education?
by CWanamaker 4 years ago
Public or charter school, which would you send your kids to?
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