$637 Fine for Cursing in Class

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    Mesquite student faces $637 in fines, penalties for swearing in class | Dallas-Fort Worth Communities - News for Dallas, Texas - The Dallas Morning News

    Effective deterrent?
     
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    It should be thrown out of Court. The Officer should be reassigned to something more fitting his potential, like cleaning and guarding horse stables. ;) What Horse Shit.
     
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    Ridiculous.

    I would have told the resource officer to go fuck themselves.
     
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    So let me get this straight.

    The fucking idiot teacher called the cops because a teen swore in class?

    How else would there be a charge of disorderly conduct and a court appearance?
    If I was the cop responding to that I'd tell the teacher to fuck off.
     
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    I don't see the harm in having the students being responsible for their mouth or their actions in school. And the parents are making them get a job to pay it off. Responsibility down the line. A good way to teach respect for authority.

    I can see video cameras in every classroom as standard practice now. Good for getting bad teachers out and viewing them for student's behavior. Ticket them for improper behavior! May cost some money, but useful.
     
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    If Mullims as a is offended by one of her students uttering a (profane) word than I suggest she find another line of work. As a school official you punish the student who comitted the offense (as the principal did and let it go. What the principal did should have ended the incident.
     
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    Freedom of speech?

    What a joke.
     
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    Sorry, but monetary fines for a kid swearing in class is outrageous.
     
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    He was assigned to the School?
     
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    Where are you coming from? Profanity is never okay in schools. Schools are a place where students learn to respect authority. They are there for learning and behaving in a business manner. They are not outside with their friends just jawing off. Their is appropriate behaviour in certain settings and appropriate behavior in less strict situations where authorities are not present.
     

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