Difference between revisions of "Public school tyranny"

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'''Public school tyranny''' consists of [[liberal]] administrators engaging in exaggerated control and punishment of children, perhaps to make the administrators feel powerful. It is frequently employed to prevent free-thinking students from expressing views at variance with liberal orthodoxies.
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'''Public school tyranny''' consists of [[liberal]] administrators engaging in exaggerated control and punishment of children, perhaps to make the administrators feel powerful. It is frequently employed to prevent free-thinking students from expressing views at variance with liberal orthodoxies.{{fact}}
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Revision as of 12:55, 6 February 2010

Public school tyranny consists of liberal administrators engaging in exaggerated control and punishment of children, perhaps to make the administrators feel powerful. It is frequently employed to prevent free-thinking students from expressing views at variance with liberal orthodoxies.[Citation Needed]

See also