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Re: [teacherartexchange] Art as a dumping ground - need advice


From: Woody Duncan (woodyduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Fri Nov 17 2006 - 16:29:07 PST

The first day of teaching in my school district, I was told that I
could remove any
disruptive student from my classroom. And, that I could do it every
day if necessary.

On Nov 17, 2006, at 5:07 PM, Ken Schwab wrote:

> If this student will not co-operate with you and is a disruption in
> your class then you should remove her for the day and have her sit
> in the office. Seek help from the deans or admin. as to her
> behavior. You have the right to conduct your class with out
> disruptions and I hope you could discipline this student to the
> point, that if she can't comply with your requests, then she will
> be eliminated ? but not in your class. I would hope that their was
> a system in place at your school to handle discipline problems.
> Ken Schwab
> San Jose, CA

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