Should disruptive students be given punitive discipline that includes suspensions and removal from the learning enviroment.

Asked by: mrcteaches
  • Yes absolutely yes.

    A student has a the freedom to choose whether or not they want to take advantage of the knowledge being offered to them. What they do not have the right to do is take that learning opportunity away from all of the other students in the room. Which is exactly what happens in the case of disruptive students, their behavior takes away from the education of everyone in the room.

  • Should disruptive students be given punitive disciplinary consequences such as school suspension or given a more rehabilitative program such as Restorative Justice

    Why should disruptive students be allowed to disrupt the leaning of others strictly for the sake of being politically correct and not remove them form the leaning environment. If a teacher has to take time to deal with constant disruptions to the learning activities of the class are the students not suffering at the hands of one student because the school does not believe in punitive punishment such as suspensions.

  • No they should not

    No, because then the person who is disrupting wouldnt have a chance to learn even if he were to stop. He just needs to be educated at home better that what he is doing is wrong. It is the parents fault for his behavior, not the education system. Some may say that it harms the others who do not disrupt, but that is why parents should be told afterwards about the child's behavior. If the parents cannot be reached or do not care, the child should be personally educated by an extra teacher, sub, or counselor.

  • Nah he savage

    I mean savages need to be savages they got a life you know so like you got to be a savage aint no teacher gonna suspend me ill be a true sa v a g e straight up from squad rn. Square up bruh. Dont want these hands d d

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