I Can’t Believe Our Schools Do This To Kids. What Are We Becoming?

In Random on October 25, 2013 at 4:14 pm


I don’t think I have ever begged to have a post shared before but I am now. Please share this post. Please contact your local school board and government and get this stopped. If we respond to our children with violence in a school setting we are creating angrier and more violent kids. I am not exaggerating when I say this story made me cry. I just don’t understand the mentality that will allow someone to think that shocking a kid or putting them in a dark closet-like room for hours is healthy. What in the hell is wrong with our society that this type of treatment is being approved by schools.

I do realize that there are kids that are extremely difficult to deal with, I get that. But I don’t think that these responses to bad behavior are productive. It is barbaric.

Please let me know your thoughts on this and please SHARE.



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