The Last Post of 2014 Will Be A Huge Part of 2015

Exceptional Delaware 2017

New Years Eve.  The transition from one year to the next.  Like I said a week ago, this blog will be changing gears soon, and it will be going against the grain.  Some things need to be talked about, and there needs to be an honest conversation about it.  It exists, and it is seldom talked about anymore with all the other talk in Delaware about priority schools and corporate education reform.  I understand teachers are pissed off, and I am to.  I can’t stand what has happened to education in the past ten years.  But one thing gets me angrier than anything, and that’s this:

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This is an MRI scan from a boy with special needs.  He got hit in the head two days before Christmas on the last day of school.  This was his 8th physical assault this year.  That is 8 too many.  He got a concussion…

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2 responses to “The Last Post of 2014 Will Be A Huge Part of 2015

  1. Nothing gets me angrier either. Nearly every one of my ‘defense’ comments of NCS and a couple other charter schools, has to do with exactly this. I don’t know what school this happened in, but I can name a couple where I know that it didn’t.
    I know I know, ‘every kid has a right to an education’ but like I always say, a kids right to be safe in the place where they spend most of their waking day, should come first. This picture shows that’s not the case, the right to be a fucking *THUG comes first. It’s disgusting if you ask me. The laws needs to change.

    THUG *Criminal, ruffian, gangster.

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  2. Like I said in my post, I will be going against the grain on this topic. But this by no means should be taken that I am abandoning my other concerns. But you are right, the laws do need to change. And I know for a fact there is a lot of cover-up on this issue from both sides of the divide. I truly can’t speak about NCS and bullying. But I don’t care where it is, I will make this a part of the conversation this coming year (in seven minutes), and if it ruffles feathers, so be it. Never stopped me before!

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