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School bans girl because of her hair odor
Change Unnatural Hairstyle
or Get Expelled, School
Tells Girl
School bans girl who shaved head to support
friend
California School Bans
Leggings Because They
Were Distracting To Boys
School wants autistic boy to leave
specially trained dog at home
Teen banned from track meet over
pink Mohawk to support cancer-
stricken mom
School maimed girl suffering
from anorexia in case she
inspired copycats'
Mini Cheddars ban: Suspended six-
yearsold boy now expelled from
school for having cheesy snack in
lunchbox
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American school system.
murica huh'? what a load ****
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User avatar #5 - evilanakie (08/01/2014) [+] (22 replies)
i had to leave my primary school in year six because i was stabbed by the guy who raped me in year one didnt want me to tell anyone
then the schools all "you cant proove he did it"
and "we dont have it on the cams so it didnt happen"
and "stop victimizing yourself"
and "you probably did this to get attention"
and "his koorie, you cant ******* touch a koorie in the court of law"
#14 - heartlessrobot (08/01/2014) [+] (14 replies)
School is meant to be a professional environment. Unless your profession is hooker, you don't need to and should not wear revealing clothing. I don't care how well that fishnet top shows off your pecs, dude.
#41 - thesecretbear (08/02/2014) [+] (2 replies)
It's because it was DANGEROUSLY cheesy.
#7 - xxxsonic fanxxx (08/01/2014) [+] (10 replies)
Unpopular opinion inbound:

/rant/

> I don't care if you have a disability, you shouldn't be taking dogs to school under any circumstances. If you have a specially trained dog for at home, that's fantastic, but at a public school, they give you a personal aid to help you get around school and do any tasks that you can't with your impediment.
> Just because you can not do a certain thing, does not give you a right to break any rule you want because "i ned a doge." You have a personal aid. Too ****** bad your dog has to stay at home
> I had a kid in my class who had 2 aids, a motor scooter, and a dog just because he couldn't walk. 2 ******* aids is more than enough. Not to mention all the people who are allergic to dogs. If I can't bring in ******* balloons because ONE kid has allergies, why the **** would a dog be allowed in, under any reason. I imagine it's due to some legal ******** , but I know at least 50% of my school was allergic to that ******* mutt.

/rant/
#13 to #7 - xxxsonic fanxxx (08/01/2014) [-]
But that's ******* wrong your retard.
>An aid is something meant to retain ability lost through disability; if you cut your hand, you stitch it up. If you break your leg, you get a cast. If you lose your legs, you get a weelchair. If you have more than a singular disability, an exterior aid such as a dog is acceptable if there is no human aid to help you at all times.
You're just an asshole who doesn't understand the position of that paraplegic, do you? You have every right to hate dogs; some of them can be filthy and unintelligent creatures. Just like you have every right to hate humans, for the very same reason. But think of animal aids as personal attendants and security guards. Their job is to assist their Owner, and that's it.
Not everyone can have their hand held all day by the teacher in school. The dog was there to act in place for what the supervision couldn't do; and that's give them 24/7 care.
>Assist animals are trained to alert other humans if problems occur with the host.
User avatar #15 - meltdownlol (08/01/2014) [+] (2 replies)
I dropped out of high school.
Now I'm doing a course so I can get into uni, which is pretty much year 11 and 12 compressed into 6 months
when I realized that its so much better than high-school because people really do want to learn.
<3 adult learning environments
#55 - shameonapony (08/02/2014) [+] (10 replies)
I can't understand how anybody could be offended by the school banning an anorexic girl.

Anorexia is/is caused by an eating disorder, right?

But it's not a physical issue, because if somebody literally cannot eat, there are ways to fix that.

But Anorexic women starve themselves to lose weight and be 'pretty' so it's not a physical disorder, it's a psychological disorder.

If you are too ******* dumb to EAT FOOD, then you have no right to be upset that you get suspended from a school. Holy **** I cannot believe how pathetic that is.

Oh my god I'm angry.
User avatar #57 to #55 - fuckilostthegame (08/02/2014) [-]
It's disgraceful because singling someone out and banning them from an education that they need is discrimination. It's easy to blow off disorders such as anorexia because they seem ridiculous, but they often stem from instances of physical or emotional abuse, and it is not the fault of the individual that they feel the need to "be pretty".
The American education system does some ****** up **** , man, that is my main point.
#11 - xxxsonic fanxxx (08/01/2014) [-]
In my school I saw kids handing out drugs and starting fights right infront of the teachers... one day I wore a ceramic mask I made in art and a red string and I got expelled. Kids stole ******* iphones from each other and I got kicked out because he wore a mask and it was scary.
#64 - mishappp (08/02/2014) [+] (2 replies)
I got kicked out of school for bringing morphine to school. God damn injustice. I had a headache.
User avatar #100 - severepwner (08/02/2014) [+] (14 replies)
"murica huh"

Really? Go **** yourself. One, this could have happened anywhere or all over the world. Two, it was never specified that this took place in the U.S.

Even if it did, half the ******** they did was unnecessary. Dying your hair and shaving your ******* head to support something? Was that really the most practical and professional way to do this? No you doing something so bizarre was asking for trouble.
User avatar #107 to #103 - severepwner (08/02/2014) [-]
Never? Really? Never?!

So let me get this straight.

Every other country in the world, besides the U.S. is magically the pinnacle of tolerance, culture, and efficiency. No country besides America, WOULD EVER be suspend or expel a student for unfair reasons, that would be absurd!
#84 - TreesyDoesIt (08/02/2014) [+] (1 reply)
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User avatar #88 to #84 - kibbleking (08/02/2014) [-]
check comment 42

He's half the man you are.

get it because you're comment 84
User avatar #75 - brettyoke (08/02/2014) [+] (1 reply)
A few of these are ******** , but yeah, certain things do need to be looked at in the us school system. Such as the pop-tart gun ban.
#16 - butakun (08/01/2014) [+] (6 replies)
I have to say, I don't think the leggings one is as bad as the others. Lots of girls wear leggings as pants these days, and damned if that isn't distracting. School shouldn't be a place where you can just hang your ass out where everyone can see it.
User avatar #66 - ninjagaiden (08/02/2014) [+] (7 replies)
What's an autistic 9 year old doing in school anyway? **** off.
User avatar #80 to #66 - jokeface (08/02/2014) [-]
Learning? I don't know if you're aware of this, but austistic kids are not the same as retarded kids. They don't just sit in their desks drooping on their notebooks. Many of them are as smart as normal kids, some even way smarter. It's not their intelligence that's ****** up, it's the way that intelligence is connected to their bodies. That's why autism is called a neurological disorder and not a mental one. Furthermore, there are several different levels of severity in autism, and some people can have it and still be on par with the rest of us. They just need a little help.

Also, I know you're probably trolling, but on the off chance you're not, I figured I'd inform you a little bit.
User avatar #179 - forceman (08/02/2014) [+] (2 replies)
I got attacked in middle school by a group of ******* . Big crowd of people watched. Security cams recorded it all. People recorded it all, the janitor stood by and called it in. He could have stopped them from kicking me in the head and me losing hearing for a month and still having hearing damage. As I was in the Nurses Office one of the kids came into the office with a bloody nose the school said that they couldn't suspend him because I fought back by kicking him in the face. The school said that it was my fault for being in the wrong place. My parents demanded the tape they said the tapes get deleted after every day which was ******** and I called them on it because I worked in the office for a semester as an aid and I knew that they kept them in the database. No one ever got in trouble, even though they knew who did it. We sued and won the lawsuit for 500k for suffering. I didn't want to sue but my family did. Now that I look back on it. It was horribly troubling because afterwards the teachers treated me like **** . **** our system.
#124 - IamPinhead (08/02/2014) [+] (2 replies)
Most of those crazy headlines end up being misleading or complete ******** .
#114 - kinginyellow (08/02/2014) [+] (2 replies)
I'm in Canada and my school had a HUGE issue with forgiving too much. It was just stupid what they would let the students get away with before expelling them, I don't even think a single kid was expelled my entire 4 years. One kid even bashed another kid's face against a locker, destroyed school property, and was caught with drugs and the school kept him because &quot;he'll learn his lesson&quot; or &quot;he has a troubled past and we need to help him&quot;. 						****					 that, he was overly aggressive and would get violent over a stare, leaving him in with other students was stupid.    
   
The Christian Ethics teacher was also hell, flipped 						****					 at a girl who was trying to look for help (she had an abortion and needed to talk to somebody, and happened to choose a man who equated to Marcus Fenix with an obsession for Jesus) and he threw a chair at the whiteboard. And yet somehow the school manages to keep him in the building, and his &quot;punishment&quot; was teaching math instead of Christian Ethics, which he promptly turned into math with Moses.   
   
The others were just some kids who had missed more than half the year, refused to hand in mandatory projects, or kids who just failed classes somehow getting passing grades by generous teachers, kids who willfully did nothing all class.    
   
TLDR: Forgiveness is good, letting students and teachers lose their 						****					 and become a danger to others and not firing/expelling them is bad, even if it is &quot;Christian attitude&quot;
I'm in Canada and my school had a HUGE issue with forgiving too much. It was just stupid what they would let the students get away with before expelling them, I don't even think a single kid was expelled my entire 4 years. One kid even bashed another kid's face against a locker, destroyed school property, and was caught with drugs and the school kept him because "he'll learn his lesson" or "he has a troubled past and we need to help him". **** that, he was overly aggressive and would get violent over a stare, leaving him in with other students was stupid.

The Christian Ethics teacher was also hell, flipped **** at a girl who was trying to look for help (she had an abortion and needed to talk to somebody, and happened to choose a man who equated to Marcus Fenix with an obsession for Jesus) and he threw a chair at the whiteboard. And yet somehow the school manages to keep him in the building, and his "punishment" was teaching math instead of Christian Ethics, which he promptly turned into math with Moses.

The others were just some kids who had missed more than half the year, refused to hand in mandatory projects, or kids who just failed classes somehow getting passing grades by generous teachers, kids who willfully did nothing all class.

TLDR: Forgiveness is good, letting students and teachers lose their **** and become a danger to others and not firing/expelling them is bad, even if it is "Christian attitude"
User avatar #121 to #114 - dreamcast (08/02/2014) [-]
The ****** up part is that in the US more kids get in trouble for small things than they do for big things like hurting others or having a bitch fit in class over stupid **** .
#68 - stevecartel (08/02/2014) [+] (2 replies)
The same ******* thing happened to me in the first one after I changed my hair to a Rainbow style, and then it started turning a fire orange and I apparently looked like the Colorado Shooter.
User avatar #27 - Denver (08/02/2014) [-]
Actually, last one happened in England I think, sure I remember reading about it in the paper
User avatar #116 - Karibookiller (08/02/2014) [-]
I think that we have a tendency to really over sensationalize things like this. I'd bet that a lot of those were at private schools, and they can do whatever they damn well please. These are ****** up stories but they are not at all common. I think it's wise to take a step back and actually look at the big picture. If this stuff was happening a lot, then it wouldn't merit a news story. It'd be like murders in the ghetto: everyone knows its happens, but there are so many of them that people are just desensitized to it. I'd say that although those six schools are being unreasonable, their actions are not in any way the common trend in the american school system, nor are their actions the real problem in the american school system.
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