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Schools Pick and Choose What They Implement

 

 

 

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Another tragic death from a needless school shooting. And what is the response? Further security protocols. The call to arm teachers.

Why is it that countries always borrow from other countries when it comes to mimicking academic achievement, but not when it comes to other crucial aspects of school life? I hear a lot about implementing the Finish model of education to try and garner similar results. But what about copying from a country that has had very few violent related school incidents?

Take Australia for instance. Since Australia implemented its strict gun laws which involved a tax payer funded gun buy-back scheme, we have seen no gun violence in our schools that I am aware of.

Of course change is much harder for the US because of gun rights in its constitution.

But how many school deaths do we tolerate before we make a change that is crying out to be made. They say guns don’t kill people, people do.

Tell that baloney to the poor parents of a gun victim!

 

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4 Responses to “Schools Pick and Choose What They Implement”

  1. John Tapscott Says:

    “Of course change is much harder for the US because of gun rights in its constitution.” This, too, is a matter of picking and choosing. The 2nd Amendment reads, “A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.” This places the right to bear arms within the context of a well regulated militia. It does not mean that every fruit loop and looney tune who wants a gun can have one. However, as far as I am aware, no well regulated militia exists, so gun ownership is a matter of open slather. Hence the part about the right to bear arms is jealously protected but the “well regulated militia” is absent. I find this to be extraordinary.

  2. John Tapscott Says:

    It’s heartbreaking to see children at school being shot for no other reason than they were in the sights of some nutter with a gun. It could be my children or your children.

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