Editor Angela Chao email@example.com
8:37 am on Wednesday, June 6, 2012
Well said, HHM. As a parent, I hear of teachers having to stop class to discipline constantly. How can anything move forward when it's constantly being stopped?
8:32 am on Wednesday, June 6, 2012
It's all fun and games until an unlicensed immigrant driver hits you and because they have no insurance and you end up paying the $$ to fix your car and pay your medical bills, if they want to live in the USA so badly, let them follow the steps to do it legally. Have you ever driven down County Services Pkwy and noticed how many illegal immigrants are receiving free healthcare that WE pay for their extra large families?
8:24 am on Wednesday, June 6, 2012
Laziness and a sense of entitlement make up a big portion of the students. They would rather live off the government than learn to actually do something. This comes from the examples their families and communities have shown them.
8:22 am on Wednesday, June 6, 2012
I believe when people stop blaming the schools and take responsibility for themselves, the success rate will grow. As a parent, I did not have children to give over to the schools to raise. I took responsibility and did the best I could. How can a teacher do all they should when they have 35 per classroom. Parents and students, stop the victim mentality and do something for yourself.
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