March 26th, 2008


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01:36 am - on teens and technology...

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on teens and technology... - graffiti.maverick

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[User Picture]From: marmal8 Date: March 27th, 2008 - 11:11 pm (Link)
And I call bullshit on your argument that age and location have no relevance. Children are not adults. If they are making a choice that is disruptive to the learning process, a consequence needs to be applied. If they are not disrupting the learning process then I really don't care if they have a cell phone or not. I've certainly never gone into or would ever go into someone's backpack, purse, pocket or other conveyance to take their property. Why would I need to? Cell phones that are away and quiet are not a disruption.

Moreover, parents have given their permission for us to take cell phones, laser pointers, PSPs and do-rags away. It's called school policy. They don't like it, they can take their kids elsewhere or elect a mayor who appoints a schools chancellor who makes a different policy. People should perhaps read the the school policies before signing the sheet that says they've read them and agree to them. Go and argue about it before signing and agreeing, and before your kid gets caught.
 

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