Do schools implement rules that decrease student's freedom?

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Citizen_of_the_Web says2016-02-05T20:59:28.6117143Z
By freedom, do you mean personal rights and liberties?
SindarElf says2016-02-05T21:04:07.1799547Z
To Citizen_of_the_Web, yes.
Anonymous says2016-02-08T19:48:49.1483005Z
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snkcake666 says2016-02-11T18:27:27.7850216Z
@Bigstokes Well said.
Haroush says2016-02-12T11:29:47.7779126Z
As far as school choice I am all for that. When it comes to personal choices such as what I can wear I am not for that. Kids expressing their artistic abilities outside of art class does damage to kids academic abilities as kids become more worried about social matters than understanding chemical reactions in their chemistry class or a mathematic equations which are essential in today's day and age.
shore00 says2016-08-28T00:09:36.2415494Z
Having to ask for permission to use the bathroom is a stupid rule. If you have to go, then just go.
sadolite says2016-08-28T16:08:26.2446947Z
You loose virtually half your constitutional rights just by walking on to a school campus.
Charlatte says2019-03-08T23:47:23.6802455Z
I love all the arguments for 'yes' and very strongly agree with them. Schools take away so much freedom from all the students!

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