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Re: question of blame

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bob carl (bcarl28)
Thu, 26 Mar 1998 20:34:39 -0500

my sympathy to all of the children and educators out there, to Arkansas
and beyond...
let us build a better world... one child at a time... the next generation
must help carry
the message, to the next, and the next and the next... peace to all.

On Thu, 26 Mar 1998 17:33:55 CDT writes:
>just received an email on who was to blame for the shooting at
>jonesborough. i am an arkansas teacher. yes, most of our children
>do know how to shoot guns, but you cannot put the blame on us for
>teaching our children to use a gun for shooting wild game.
>we need to look at parents, teachers, who our children socialize
>with, what exposure our children have had to violent media, etc.
>no, none of these any one things would cause a child to commit such
>an act, but it does come together when we don't take the time to
>listen to our children whether we are parent's, grandparent's,
>teachers, etc. don't put the blame on the south.
>by the way the comment about male teachers. i am a female teacher
>and i don't think the male or female gender has to do with how we
>relate to our students, it has to do with who we are and how we
>present ourselves to our students.

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