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BatMiteBoss
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SnaxAttack
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Should teachers be able to take things from you

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Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 9/27/2015 Category: People
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
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BatMiteBoss

Con

Just this past week I was in art class and I had my hood on, I know that they think you have a gun and all that crap but she took my hoodie and put it in the office I went to go get it I had a talk with her and I can't get it until the weekend is over on monday. i even remember in other grades the teacher didn't care if you bought it and it's $10000 they will still take it.
SnaxAttack

Pro

In a way, teachers should have the right to take things away from the students if they cause distractions or can lead to potential harm. Typical teachers will always ask for the student to take off, or put away, their items before taking it. In my opponents case where the teacher took his or her hoodie, it was my opponents fault technically. First off, my opponent even admiteed to what the teacher could have thought, with the following quote: "I know that they think you have a gun and all that". If you knew what they thought, why did you put on the hood in the first place? Secondly, did you look at the school's policy? In most schools, my school for an example, they have a no hood policy where you can't where a hood within the building; but only when outside with bad weather. Kids have gotten in trouble for doing it, and thats their fault and not the teachers.

To conclude, teachers should have a right to take away certain things within school. If the item seems harmful, they will most likely ask for the person to put it, or take it, away; otherwise its the students responsibility. The moral, think before you do.
Debate Round No. 1
BatMiteBoss

Con

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Debate Round No. 2
BatMiteBoss

Con

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Debate Round No. 3
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Posted by PowerPikachu21 1 year ago
PowerPikachu21
Con provided no real arguments. Sure, it was a hoodie, but, like Pro said, it's Con's fault for wearing it. The teacher thought he might have something dangerous.
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