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Campus police presence provides more than safety

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1 comment:

  • Robert Chapman posted at 5:13 pm on Mon, Jun 18, 2012.

    Bob Chapman Posts: 997

    How sad is it that we as a society have allowed our schools to deteriorate to the point that it is necessary to have a uniformed law enforcement officer on campus during school? We have effectively stripped school teachers and administration of any ability to control students undesirable behavior. Thanks, in part, by parents who threaten law suits should their little "darling" child be disciplined for breaking school rules. It saddens me every time I pass by a school and see the patrol car in the parking lot. Thankfully, my granddaughters attend charter schools. No police presence, no purple hair, no BS or out they go. Kind of like school used to be when students respected their teachers AND parents took active roles in making sure their children understood right from wrong and made sure they played by the rules.

     

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