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Re: Public money and Private School

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Artemis420
Tue, 27 Jul 1999 14:53:09 EDT


In a message dated 7/27/99 11:16:00 AM EST, viccapone writes:

<< Incidentally, We have
received occasional new students who explain that 'things didn't work out'
in their previous public schools, and I've heard of students being expelled
from public schools. Do public schools actually have that option? Maybe
all schools do to some extent. >>

Only in the most extreme circumstances in public schools that I know of;
things like uncontrollable violent behavior, drug activity, weapons at school
on more than a one occasion, inappropriate sexual conduct ... really, really
appalling things. For refusal to learn and participate there are no options
but to keep trying
Just 'not working out' usually means something very bad happened, unless of
course the parents are concerned about it enough to try a different type of
school.
Artie