By ElemTeacher - 02/01/2018 15:00
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Congratulations! We've created a society where everything is someone else's fault in part because of parents like this who tell their kids that their own misbehavior isn't their fault, either! We're not willing to look inside ourselves to see if maybe we contributed ANYTHING to the problem or not, nor is anyone doing anything to fix the mess since, "It's not my fault, why should I have to do anything?". As a result, things keep falling apart more and more as people keep screaming louder, "IT'S THEIR FAULT, NOT MINE!". I can't wait to see what happens at the end of this cycle. I bet everything gets resolved and we all live happily ever after, though.
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I know I will get downvoted for suggesting a paddling, because "violence is not acceptable.." So maybe the kid has something called "ADHD," there are no tests for "ADHD," but if the kid has a few symptoms, like trouble concentrating, more energy than an adult, daydreams sometimes, then he probably has it. The solution to "ADHD" is to drug the child with heavy anti-psychotic medication typically prescribed to adult schizophrenics. Don't worry that a side effect of the drugs might cause the child to shoot up the school, if that happens just blame it on Trump and The Right Wing Gun Nuts.
Forty years ago the kid would get a paddling at school and then again at home. Thirty years ago the kid would get a paddling and/or a suspension from school and another paddling at home. Twenty years ago the student would get a suspension and/or detention from school and a paddling when they got home. Today, they'll get a stern lecture at school and the parents call to bitch out there school for attempting to discipline their precious little angel. Bring back the corporal punishment at school and home and this nonsense will decrease in a decade or so.
This is where a teacher should have the full support of the parents to give the little bastard a good paddling to teach him some respect.
It's parents like this who turn out the Ethan Couches and Brock Turners of the world.