Kids can get in trouble for smooching. They can get in trouble for touching. They can get in trouble for chewing, playing with toys, and making sugary snacks. They can get in trouble for waving their hands the wrong way (don’t even get me started on pencil-twirlers). And yes, they can even get in trouble for staring.Why do you think the girl, who was also participating, was not suspended? This article doesn't pursue that question, but it should.
According to WLWT.com, the principal at St. Gabriel Consolidated School—a private institution—suspended a pair of 12-year-old boys for a day for playing a staring game with a female student...
Monday, October 05, 2015
Stupidity Is Not The Exclusive Domain of Public School Administrators
Does this punishment fit the crime?