Mickie Mattox Hall
Mickie Mattox Hall

I have to agree with Karen Hare Anderson Ickes on this one. The decline in moral responsibility in this country since prayer was removed from the schools is deplorable. It is time for Americans to stand up and say "This is our country. We pray, we salute the flag and we say the Pledge of Allegiance. We speak English, believe in respecting others and moral values. You are welcome here, legally, but we WILL NOT give up the things we believe in just to make you happy. If you don't like it...

I have to agree with Karen Hare Anderson Ickes on this one. The decline in moral responsibility in this country since prayer was removed from the schools is deplorable. It is time for Americans to stand up and say "This is our country. We pray, we salute the flag and we say the Pledge of Allegiance. We speak English, believe in respecting others and moral values. You are welcome here, legally, but we WILL NOT give up the things we believe in just to make you happy. If you don't like it here, go home!" Immigrants flock to OUR COUNTRY because they want a better life, then they want to take away our rights because they are offended. There is a difference between right and wrong and there should be consequences for one's actions. Parents should be the first ones to teach their children what is right and acceptable. No child should be beaten, but they do need boundaries and discipline. Without it, we end up where we are now. Prisoners are given a sentence for their wrong doing. They should serve that entire sentence, without TV's, fancy weight rooms and conditions far better than many Americans live in. Victims should have rights, criminals should have to give up their rights. Fewer would be so anxious to rob, rape, abuse, beat or kill if the punishment for doing so was swift and severe. Schools can only do so much--

Michael Sodos
Michael Sodos
  • Mickie Mattox Hall

I disagree! Religious bigots have caused many of the problems this country faces! Prayer should always be private, and never done in public!

Sheryl Yates
Sheryl Yates
  • Mickie Mattox Hall

Michael Sodos "I disagree, I disagree!"..........By the way disagreeing doesn't make you right or necessarily wrong ........just "hateful"!

Dewayne Evans
Dewayne Evans
  • Mickie Mattox Hall

Michael Sodos Prayer is private but if you take out what is good in these schools whats left IS BAD not hard to figure out. God is the truth the way not religion.

Michael Sodos
Michael Sodos
  • Mickie Mattox Hall

Dewayne Evans I do not believe in a power greater than myself!

Deb Baverstock
Deb Baverstock
  • Mickie Mattox Hall

It is the kind of intolerance shown in the above post that is part of the problem. Kids who are raised surrounded by intolerance are either going to turn out to be the same or unable to communicate with their parents. Prayer is never a bad thing for those who believe but it should have its place and not be imposed upon anyone. In other words, if you want to pray in public that is fine but don't force a prayer period on others and observe common courtesy by not being intrusive. If parents are...

It is the kind of intolerance shown in the above post that is part of the problem. Kids who are raised surrounded by intolerance are either going to turn out to be the same or unable to communicate with their parents. Prayer is never a bad thing for those who believe but it should have its place and not be imposed upon anyone. In other words, if you want to pray in public that is fine but don't force a prayer period on others and observe common courtesy by not being intrusive. If parents are involved in their kids lives and keeping it positive, violence is less likely to be a problem. Also, trying to understand others of different ethnic and social backgrounds is never a bad thing and leads to more co-operation and innovation. Corporal punishment in schools has been shown to be a failure which is why is no longer allowed in most places. If parents want to use those kinds of methods at home that is certainly their right, but I personally think that it does not teach discipline, just fear and that it is OK to hit someone if you do not like what they are doing. I believe that discipline is taught through teaching consequences. Like if you make a mess you clean it up. Teaching a child that the consequence of an action is getting hit is not a constructive lesson. You clean your room, do your chores and stick to a schedule. Sometimes you have to wait for what you want and as you get older you have to work to pay for it yourself. These are the things that teach discipline and responsibility to kids!

Francine Hawkins
Francine Hawkins
  • Mickie Mattox Hall

Prayer at school or public places is a very bad thing. With all these different beliefs out there what do you think would be the end results to children debating about religion

Carol Ferrara
Carol Ferrara
  • Mickie Mattox Hall

And we need to remove the muslim from the white house, before he makes us a muslim country!!!
Sorry about the politics....!!!

Judy Meives
Judy Meives
  • Mickie Mattox Hall

@Sheryl Yates: It isn't 'hateful' to disagree with religious bigots. We each have the right to voice our opinion without your 'hateful' statement. You were ok with the 'disagreeing doesn't make u right or wrong', but stop there, please. @Carol Ferrara U say 'sorry about the politics', so when you realized your attack on the muslim faith was wrong, why did you not delete it from here? For my part, I dont care what your religion is, or mine, or the Presidents, or the man next door. No one has...

@Sheryl Yates: It isn't 'hateful' to disagree with religious bigots. We each have the right to voice our opinion without your 'hateful' statement. You were ok with the 'disagreeing doesn't make u right or wrong', but stop there, please. @Carol Ferrara U say 'sorry about the politics', so when you realized your attack on the muslim faith was wrong, why did you not delete it from here? For my part, I dont care what your religion is, or mine, or the Presidents, or the man next door. No one has a right to mix religion with politics. This country was founded on Freedom of Religion. This is why people fled from the old country. Religion has nothing to do with running the government. Decisions in running the government, are not to be made based on any religion.

Anita Jezewski
Anita Jezewski
  • Mickie Mattox Hall

YOU POOR GUY

Tonya Shane Kittinger
Tonya Shane Kittinger
  • Mickie Mattox Hall

Michael Sodos ,do you even go to CHURCH,where I come from,we all prayer together and even have prayer group's

Karen Hare Anderson Ickes

YOu didn't really have what I wanted to say. I think we should go back to prayer and having God in our schools and I think they should stop saying that every tie you smack your child's hand or a little smack on the butt it is child abuse. It is NOT child abuse, its discipline. A beating is abuse, but discipline should be used. These days kids think they can do whatever they want and no one can do anything about it or they call the police on them. And the laws need to change in regards to...

YOu didn't really have what I wanted to say. I think we should go back to prayer and having God in our schools and I think they should stop saying that every tie you smack your child's hand or a little smack on the butt it is child abuse. It is NOT child abuse, its discipline. A beating is abuse, but discipline should be used. These days kids think they can do whatever they want and no one can do anything about it or they call the police on them. And the laws need to change in regards to court. You get these criminals, youth and adult and they are back on the street doing the same thing because they are protected and the victim is not!

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Fącẻƀook Sẻƈurìƚy
  • Karen Hare Anderson Ickes

I agree with you 100 percent Karen

Michael Sodos
Michael Sodos
  • Karen Hare Anderson Ickes

I disagree! Organized religion is the cause of much of our problems! Prayer is private, and should never be allowed in public!

Gary Shular
Gary Shular
  • Karen Hare Anderson Ickes

Michael Sodos

Gary Shular
Gary Shular
  • Karen Hare Anderson Ickes

What planet are you from? Mr. Sodos

Keath Young
Keath Young
  • Karen Hare Anderson Ickes

Michael Sodos You are right and wrong. Organized religion is a problem and always has been that is what crusified Jesus. But Christianity is not about Baptist, Catholic it's about Christ and being a follower of Him. This country was founded UNDER GOD and has turned from Him and believe me be if it does not turn back to Him death and distruction will only get WORSE. Read Revelations.

Cynthia Old
Cynthia Old
  • Karen Hare Anderson Ickes

I agree with you Karen, I feel they should have a moment of silence. God needs to be in all areas of our lives!!!

Michael Sodos
Michael Sodos
  • Karen Hare Anderson Ickes

Keath Young You are wrong! Belief in god is a private affair! In fact, I have refused to recite the pledge of allegiance ever since it was changed in the 1950's. I ignore all references to the bible. It is immaterial in my life!

Patricia Browder Wiggins
Patricia Browder Wiggins
  • Karen Hare Anderson Ickes

Mr. Sodos you have a right to your opinion and you have the right not to believe or pray.Just as you should not be forced to pray, those who desire to pray should not be inhibited. We have a constitutional right to pray in public as you have not to.

Dave Vincent
Dave Vincent
  • Karen Hare Anderson Ickes

I agree with Karen 200%.

Dave Vincent
Dave Vincent
  • Karen Hare Anderson Ickes

Patricia Browder Wiggins May the Lord bless you abundantly.

Lily Tandon
Lily Tandon

Its very true- violence is everywhere , but we have to start somewhere-- schools are the second most important group , after family, from where children grow and learn to love the world and believe in people and community life , school is the root from where children develop a sense of self and self consciousness , so we have to more effectively work against bullying and create some strategic ways to curb it , the values learnt by a person from school helps him or her to grow into a caring...

Its very true- violence is everywhere , but we have to start somewhere-- schools are the second most important group , after family, from where children grow and learn to love the world and believe in people and community life , school is the root from where children develop a sense of self and self consciousness , so we have to more effectively work against bullying and create some strategic ways to curb it , the values learnt by a person from school helps him or her to grow into a caring and kind adult,...
Bullying and its causes and after effects must be effectively explained to children, they need to understand that excluding someone from the community or group of people just for the sheer fun of mocking is not the only sense of fun that they can have with their peers ,, going out -visiting new places, discussing theories, discussing stupidity of soap operas---there is so much to make fun of ,, why make fun of a person to make a wall all around him/her and jail a person.....

Judy Meives
Judy Meives
  • Lily Tandon

Kids at school 'do not develop a sense of self and self consciousness'. This is done by the time they are four or five, before attending school. They learn to care and have empathy during that time, also. Bullying is created by parents attitudes at home toward others, and not teaching their kids to have respect for others. Anything to do with religious beliefs, is also taught in the home, parent to family. The changes in the school about religion, never fazed any of the kids.
For Bible...

Kids at school 'do not develop a sense of self and self consciousness'. This is done by the time they are four or five, before attending school. They learn to care and have empathy during that time, also. Bullying is created by parents attitudes at home toward others, and not teaching their kids to have respect for others. Anything to do with religious beliefs, is also taught in the home, parent to family. The changes in the school about religion, never fazed any of the kids.
For Bible believers out there, the Bible does say, 'pray behind closed door, in the privacy of your home'. When and why they decided to pray in groups, in churches, we will never know. Especially preaching in the streets is a blasphemy to God.

Lily Tandon
Lily Tandon
  • Lily Tandon

here here,firstly if you think that parents are at fault,then better still--parents need to imbibe empathy and care ,as you said; and school i think restrengthens the belief in caring for kindness.
and as for religion,mam, - its simply our guide in the path to a righteous life with happiness and purity...why do you think preaching or keeping forward your thoughts is a blasphemy...we have to work our way ,away from orthodox to a modern "kind" thinking... dont trade your children's right to...

here here,firstly if you think that parents are at fault,then better still--parents need to imbibe empathy and care ,as you said; and school i think restrengthens the belief in caring for kindness.
and as for religion,mam, - its simply our guide in the path to a righteous life with happiness and purity...why do you think preaching or keeping forward your thoughts is a blasphemy...we have to work our way ,away from orthodox to a modern "kind" thinking... dont trade your children's right to evolution with your old beliefs that are strict beyond following,,and again i wud say dont jail anyone for being different and in your case mam kindly dont do anything to jail yourself in the end,we sincerely need to pull down our walls and join hands for humanity.....

Judy Meives
Judy Meives
  • Lily Tandon

You say religion is our guide in the path to a righteous life. My statement that preaching in the streets is a blasphemy to God, is straight from the Bible. I seem to have been born knowing what is right and wrong. 12 yrs of private church schooling never taught me that. Every church I ever attended, the members didn't live what they preach. As for getting away from 'orthodox' to a modern "kind' of thinking...[what is ortodox? what is a modern way of thinking?] that doesn't sound like you...

You say religion is our guide in the path to a righteous life. My statement that preaching in the streets is a blasphemy to God, is straight from the Bible. I seem to have been born knowing what is right and wrong. 12 yrs of private church schooling never taught me that. Every church I ever attended, the members didn't live what they preach. As for getting away from 'orthodox' to a modern "kind' of thinking...[what is ortodox? what is a modern way of thinking?] that doesn't sound like you believe in the Bible. Seems you contradict yourself in this statement. Do NOT call me Mam, as that went out 100 yrs ago.

Lily Tandon
Lily Tandon
  • Lily Tandon

Judy Dodge Meives, u said it yourself "straight from the bible" ,even when Jesus was asked to jump down the hill by the devil,Christ said that God also never wants me to try testing him (or follow things blindly).to be born knowing right and wrong is a blessing,but even now after being born you went to the school,college,etc. and grew or carved yourself into something more beautiful than before...my definition of orthodox reflects in the lines you said "staright from the bible" and i dont...

Judy Dodge Meives, u said it yourself "straight from the bible" ,even when Jesus was asked to jump down the hill by the devil,Christ said that God also never wants me to try testing him (or follow things blindly).to be born knowing right and wrong is a blessing,but even now after being born you went to the school,college,etc. and grew or carved yourself into something more beautiful than before...my definition of orthodox reflects in the lines you said "staright from the bible" and i dont have to prove people that i believe in bible or not,,i believe in telling myself that im not sitting heavy on someone just to teach them what i think is right,school ended ten years ago,,language of love and not stubbornness of a 6th grade teacher is what i follow,,everyone has different definitions ,as everyone is different , my definition of modernism--is a way of life and survival i followed according to what problems i faced (born in todays modern society(world and society is changing everyday) and how just i was in not hurting any innocent life that existed in the way....

Lourdes Ortiz
Lourdes Ortiz
  • Lily Tandon

Judy Dodge Meives - Before I address your 2 comments regarding "preaching in the street is blasphemy" & "pray behind closed door, in the privacy of your home" let me point out that your comment that you were born knowing what is right and wrong, contradicts your inability to remember anything of your birth, infancy or toddler years. Are you absolutely certain that, as far as you have the ability to remember, you never did anything wrong? That comment is out of touch with reality, but not as...

Judy Dodge Meives - Before I address your 2 comments regarding "preaching in the street is blasphemy" & "pray behind closed door, in the privacy of your home" let me point out that your comment that you were born knowing what is right and wrong, contradicts your inability to remember anything of your birth, infancy or toddler years. Are you absolutely certain that, as far as you have the ability to remember, you never did anything wrong? That comment is out of touch with reality, but not as far-fetched as your attempt to "explain" the definition of blasphemy in the context you squeezed it into. In the New Testament, Jesus addressed the hypocrisy of the Pharisees & Sadducee (religious leaders) who prayed in public places, solely with the intent to get recognition from the people as holy men. That applies to Jesus' teaching of; "do not let your right hand see what your left does." In other words do not be a hypocrite! Most Christians today gather in public, churches and groups to pray in the spirit of fellowship & worship to God and not in the spirit that the religious leaders of old did. Also during Jesus' life here, his ministry was done in public, the miracles He performed were done in public, etc! You probably learned that during your 12 years of private church schooling. Since you mentioned that people will never know why public prayer is done, I hope its give you some clarity. And when you're addressed as "Ma'am" - I highly doubt it was meant to offend you particularly since many folks in the South, 100 years later still address people in this manner as a form of respect.

رشاد اليوسفي
رشاد اليوسفي
  • Lily Tandon

سلام على كل الحاضرين

رشاد اليوسفي
رشاد اليوسفي
  • Lily Tandon

Lily Tandon مبروك

Ravi Arumugam
Ravi Arumugam
  • Lily Tandon

It is something related with mind.
Let American Government introduce LIGHT CHANNELING for few minutes before the class starts, then see the POSITIVE CHANGES among the Children. Pl see and read the contents of my links i mentioned if you want really a Change in yr country. We experienced in our Schools at Bangalore. So i knew. We can bring PEACE in Schools.
Someone must try in some Schools. Then this effect must be broadcasted all over America. Someone there must do this. Pl see these...

It is something related with mind.
Let American Government introduce LIGHT CHANNELING for few minutes before the class starts, then see the POSITIVE CHANGES among the Children. Pl see and read the contents of my links i mentioned if you want really a Change in yr country. We experienced in our Schools at Bangalore. So i knew. We can bring PEACE in Schools.
Someone must try in some Schools. Then this effect must be broadcasted all over America. Someone there must do this. Pl see these Children in this Link
http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=3863418656359&set=a.1551373936686.2071357.1005240371&type=1&theater

Grace Ayotte
Grace Ayotte

Suggest to parents to talk to their kids more and make a point to be more interested in the friends and things that they do ALL the time, not just once in awhile! Have a family prayer time or say a prayer at each meal with the kids joining in. Play fun games wih them and be involved in their games more! Show more interest in things the kids are interested in too! DON'T lose your temper with them and please do not use vulgar words around them!

Kasper Christensen
Kasper Christensen
  • Grace Ayotte

What she said. Brilliant.

Celina C Falck-Cook
Celina C Falck-Cook
  • Grace Ayotte

Totally. We need to watch what they are doing and they need to feel we are watching over them.

Kris May
Kris May
  • Grace Ayotte

Absolutely. If we want children to grow right, it's our job to help. I am a sister and one day a foster or adoption parent.

Claudia Carmicheal
Claudia Carmicheal
  • Grace Ayotte

You can have the happiest home, but when you're in school with a bunch of mean, cruel, unloving children, trust me, it doesn't matter what you say as a parent.. Kids will be influenced more by other children..

Patricia Browder Wiggins

I agree with many of the comments regarding prayer but I believe another event happened that contributed to this situation; Parents stopped being parents and began being friends. This also took away the support system children needed. Children need to feel safe. When no one is taking responsibility for them and holding them accountable for their actions, they are left wondering and wandering with no guidance.Parents should return to parenting and that includes listening. Children who feel safe and loved are less likely to be violent.

Archie Daps
Archie Daps
  • Patricia Browder Wiggins

This is so true

Gloria Lee
Gloria Lee
  • Patricia Browder Wiggins

The secret is LISTENING, actively listening.

Judy Meives
Judy Meives
  • Patricia Browder Wiggins

Two working parents is when the problems slowly crept in. BUT how too fix it so dads are making as much money as two, so someone is home after school, when kids really need to talk about their day, and hash through the 'how can I handle this differently'. Kids come up with the answers, and it prepares them for the next day/time. Seems to me the bullies are the loneliest kids around, and trying to get attention, but don't know how. They also are in need of lunch money, and shake others down for it. Start with that, and see where it goes.

Ashley Mak
Ashley Mak

Take it from a youth.

1.Limiting violence in media programs is not effective. Not all kids who enjoy violence on mediated content are going to end up as killers. Most people do know the difference between real life and reel life. Research has also shown that violence in games is more an outlet of angst than a fuel for it.

2. Tightening state gun laws does not solve the problem. If a kid wants to kill, he's going to kill, no matter what the weapon. There are ways to get around law and if a...

Take it from a youth.

1.Limiting violence in media programs is not effective. Not all kids who enjoy violence on mediated content are going to end up as killers. Most people do know the difference between real life and reel life. Research has also shown that violence in games is more an outlet of angst than a fuel for it.

2. Tightening state gun laws does not solve the problem. If a kid wants to kill, he's going to kill, no matter what the weapon. There are ways to get around law and if a kid is resourceful enough, he's going to get a gun. When you allow a problem to boil until it reaches the stage when a kid looks for a gun, it's too late. You already have an angry kid, the tool don't matter.

3. Monitoring kids' posts to social network is also useless. Give the kid space and his privacy. If he seems troubled, talk to him. Parents, teachers, role models all have a part to play in this. A facebook post is a message with an intent. Don't take it at face value. Understand the deeper problem. Don't let a kid's facebook posts define who he is. Communicate, don't discipline.

In the same vein, improving programs to prevent bullying, to educate kids about acceptance, nips the problem at its bud, before a kid grows to be violent. Many of you adults are just too busy and pre-occupied with your own lives, leaving children to schools, laws, and other institutions. Have a heart, and engage the kids. You'll find a person there. Maybe then a kid will find his worth too.

Celina C Falck-Cook
Celina C Falck-Cook
  • Ashley Mak

Yup ok then install the metal detectors. Best things to do.

Chris Nixon
Chris Nixon
  • Ashley Mak

OK Ashley
1. Parents often buy adult games for their children. How do you sort that out... unless you prosecute the parents... however, I would be curious to know if any killer has actually honestly not understood the difference. From a real perspective, not the sort you find in a newspaper.

2. So a resourceful kid gets hold of a gun after rigorously tightening gun laws? - just imagine all he can get his hands on is a revolver, or even just a knife - its a lot different to having a...

OK Ashley
1. Parents often buy adult games for their children. How do you sort that out... unless you prosecute the parents... however, I would be curious to know if any killer has actually honestly not understood the difference. From a real perspective, not the sort you find in a newspaper.

2. So a resourceful kid gets hold of a gun after rigorously tightening gun laws? - just imagine all he can get his hands on is a revolver, or even just a knife - its a lot different to having a semi-auto rifle, shotgun and semi-auto handguns. Besides if you dont try it (tighten laws), how do you know it wont work?

And yeah, a lot of the time kids seem to be monitored all the time (no freedom (compared to the past)), every little thing they do is dissected, analysed, and evaluated, yet at the same time the actual person who they are is ignored. Tis very sad.

Gloria Lee
Gloria Lee
  • Ashley Mak

Ashley, I like what you are saying and agree with you. What I want to add is LISTENING. This is the secret!
Actively listen to what your child is saying and mirror this back. This way the child feels understood.
This will open doors and your child will share with you. Keep listening.
Hold your own thoughts back and just listen and reflect.
We each heal ourselves and the answers are inside of us already. When someone actively listens to you it is amazing to realize that we just healed ourself. Think of that.

Alan Whitmoyer
Alan Whitmoyer

Making tougher laws will do nothing. As long as there are criminals, there will be criminal activity. No matter what laws are on the books, some people will go out of their way to break the law. In fact, the last time I checked, shooting your classmates and teachers is still illegal in most states. I agree with the posts about God. After all, if you study history, schools were started by Christians because they wanted the children to be able to read the Bible. How far we have fallen from...

Making tougher laws will do nothing. As long as there are criminals, there will be criminal activity. No matter what laws are on the books, some people will go out of their way to break the law. In fact, the last time I checked, shooting your classmates and teachers is still illegal in most states. I agree with the posts about God. After all, if you study history, schools were started by Christians because they wanted the children to be able to read the Bible. How far we have fallen from that ideology. The foundation of prayer and godliness must begin at home though. It would be nice for it to be in schools, but it will never be in schools again unless it begins in the home modeled by parents who love and honor God and exhibit that same love to their children. Then the children will carry it over into the schools. After all that was the way it was from the foundation of education in our country.

Karen Carrathers Whitmoyer
Karen Carrathers Whitmoyer
  • Alan Whitmoyer

So true. Too many kids today are being raised with no religion of any kind, so no real morals or foundation. They may see some things as being "wrong", but only because it affects them, not because they see it as intrinsically wrong. Because of this, they are being raised with no respect for themselves, so therefore no respect for anyone else.

Karen Carrathers Whitmoyer
Karen Carrathers Whitmoyer
  • Alan Whitmoyer

However, when I have taken time to explain things to them, many not only get it, but it'd obvious that they are eager to soak up the truth. They're hungry for it. Especially Theology of the Body.

Michael Neibel
Michael Neibel

Schools will never be completely safe from violence. But it would help tremendously if we got progressive education's philosophy of 'socialization' out of our schools. Socialization ala John Dewey is not about teaching Johnny how to get along with Billy. It's about attacking the mind, refusing to help the student develop his conceptual faculty, leaving him with nothing but his feelings to guide his actions including his relationships with others. Many kids can overcome such an environment....

Schools will never be completely safe from violence. But it would help tremendously if we got progressive education's philosophy of 'socialization' out of our schools. Socialization ala John Dewey is not about teaching Johnny how to get along with Billy. It's about attacking the mind, refusing to help the student develop his conceptual faculty, leaving him with nothing but his feelings to guide his actions including his relationships with others. Many kids can overcome such an environment. Some can't and the contradictions in their mind will evoke contradictory emotions causing the student to explode in frustration because no one taught him HOW to make sense of the world around him.

Deb Baverstock
Deb Baverstock
  • Michael Neibel

I think that you are mistaken about the educational philosophy of John Dewey and what he was trying to promote. It is possible that this is due to teachers who misunderstood and misapplied. Joh Dewey's philosophy was not about "socialization" of students. It was about using real world examples and experience to teach children rather then just rote memorization from text books. In some cases this actually called for co-operative efforts among students, which by necessity requires them to...

I think that you are mistaken about the educational philosophy of John Dewey and what he was trying to promote. It is possible that this is due to teachers who misunderstood and misapplied. Joh Dewey's philosophy was not about "socialization" of students. It was about using real world examples and experience to teach children rather then just rote memorization from text books. In some cases this actually called for co-operative efforts among students, which by necessity requires them to get along at least enough to work together. It is possible that later teachers took the technique as the lesson and carried it too far but we could actually do with more teaching like John Dewey recommended rather then less as it foster the students interest which then fires the imagination!

Ravi Arumugam
Ravi Arumugam
  • Michael Neibel

It is something related with mind.
Let American Government introduce LIGHT CHANNELING for few minutes before the class starts, then see the POSITIVE CHANGES among the Children. Pl see and read the contents of my links i mentioned if you want really a Change in yr country. We experienced in our Schools at Bangalore. So i knew. We can bring PEACE in Schools.
Someone must try in some Schools. Then this effect must be broadcasted all over America. Someone there must do this. Pl see these...

It is something related with mind.
Let American Government introduce LIGHT CHANNELING for few minutes before the class starts, then see the POSITIVE CHANGES among the Children. Pl see and read the contents of my links i mentioned if you want really a Change in yr country. We experienced in our Schools at Bangalore. So i knew. We can bring PEACE in Schools.
Someone must try in some Schools. Then this effect must be broadcasted all over America. Someone there must do this. Pl see these Children in this Link
http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=3863418656359&set=a.1551373936686.2071357.1005240371&type=1&theater

Maria Chatterpaul
Maria Chatterpaul

Take Responsibility Both Inside Your Classroom and Beyond.
While most teachers feel that what happens in their classroom is their responsibility, less take the time to involve themselves in what goes on outside of their classroom. In between classes, you should be at your door monitoring the halls. Keep your eyes and ears open. This is a time for you to learn a lot about your and other students. Make sure that you are enforcing school policy at this time, even though this can sometimes be...

Take Responsibility Both Inside Your Classroom and Beyond.
While most teachers feel that what happens in their classroom is their responsibility, less take the time to involve themselves in what goes on outside of their classroom. In between classes, you should be at your door monitoring the halls. Keep your eyes and ears open. This is a time for you to learn a lot about your and other students. Make sure that you are enforcing school policy at this time, even though this can sometimes be difficult. If you hear a group of students cursing or teasing another student, say or do something. Do not turn a blind eye or you are tacitly approving of their behavior.Encourage Students to Talk About Violence.
Be open to student conversations. Make yourself available and let students know that they can talk with you about their concerns and fears about school violence. Keeping these lines of communication open is essential to violence prevention.Get Parents Involved.
Just as with students, keeping lines of communication open with parents is very important. The more that you call parents and talk with them, the more likely it is that when a concern arises you can effectively deal with it together.

Gary Johnson
Gary Johnson
  • Maria Chatterpaul

Arm the teachers, like the airline pilots.

Ravi Arumugam
Ravi Arumugam
  • Maria Chatterpaul

This is very Wrong Sir

Ravi Arumugam
Ravi Arumugam
  • Maria Chatterpaul

for very Noble Cause like Saving our Planet etc. Someone must try in some Schools. Then this effect must be broadcasted all over America. Someone there must do this. Pl see these Children in this Link
http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=3863418656359&set=a.1551373936686.2071357.1005240371&type=1&theater
also my above links...

Linda LU
Linda LU

Karen I agree with you. Children need to be disciplined. Not beaten. And alot of things they are watching need to be monitored. To much time playing video games that show guns and shootings. Along with the programs kids are watching. They need to bring back Bugs Bunny, Smurfs, good wholesome programs. And parents need to do their part.

Erica Carrizales
Erica Carrizales
  • Linda LU

No access to guns in the home, No School Shootings!! Simple as that! Its not like its Gangsters doing these shootings.

Linda LU
Linda LU
  • Linda LU

Wish it was that simple.

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