The best security against problems students and disruptive behavior is to be prepared

The best security - The best security against problems students and disruptive behavior is to be prepared Students are often so out of control that

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The best security against problems students and disruptive behavior is to be prepared. Students are often so out of control that teachers cannot do what they are paid to do, and they often wind up to be babysitters! Finally, I encourage all those who care about their children and grandchildren to go searching for the answer. Students: no one can tell you who you are. If you don't think for yourself, someone else will. It might be a strong-willed friend, the media, or even our own government. Some people would have us believe that young people can't do anything about it, even if we wanted to try. One thing we can and should do, and that's spread the word about what is going on; but you have to learn more about it. Public school is not going to change, because it is running exactly how the government wants it to run. I am grateful to those teachers who taught me to think for myself and from whom I actually learned many things. They became my friends. It's because of them that I find it easy to defend the facts and stand up for the righteous truth. A school is design to help students learned and to prepare for their future. However, in
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2009 for the course PV 135 taught by Professor Scott during the Spring '09 term at Metropolitan Community College.

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The best security - The best security against problems students and disruptive behavior is to be prepared Students are often so out of control that

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