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Pa. Judge: No Expulsion for Kindergarten Touching

Society & Culture  (tags: No-Compassion-Administrators, Children's Welfare )

- 2961 days ago -
PHILADELPHIA - A judge has overturned a kindergartner's expulsion from a Philadelphia charter school for touching his teacher's thighs after she complained that her legs hurt. The 6-year-old, who had three earlier suspensions, was merely trying to


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Kriti S (26)
Monday June 13, 2011, 8:30 pm
The school administrators are arrogant towards children. The school is treating children as if they were inmates.
I am frustrated that nothing is mentioned about any action against the school administrators.
I am glad justice is served in favor of the kindergarten boy. I am also glad that the child is now transferred to another school.
A six year child needs love, attention, and constantly taught to be a model citizen.

Kriti S (26)
Monday June 13, 2011, 8:42 pm
Want to talk about toxic environment?
Unfortunately some schools are creating that toxic environment for our children.
How does child welfare agencies fit into this picture? Could they intervene? What does the law say regarding the jurisdiction of child welfare agencies?
How can we ensure the safety and welfare of our children? Any suggestions?

Kriti S (26)
Sunday July 24, 2011, 12:36 am
A 6 year old needs plenty of loving care, needs patience from you, and careful teaching from the adult.
When you were 6 year old did you understand everything? If you do not know how to bring up children then you should not be near a child. (And that includes teachers and parents).
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