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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. For example, a 12-year-old Hispanic girl in [[Queens, NY]] was removed from school in handcuffs after doodling on her desk. [http://www.nydailynews.com/ny_local/education/2010/02/05/2010-02-05_cuffed_for_doodling_on_a_desk.html] The principal reportedly told the schoolgirl's mother that policy required the arrest. The principal's boss said the principal was "mistaken". [http://www.nydailynews.com/ny_local/education/2010/02/06/2010-02-06_cuffed_student_wont_draw_suspension.html]
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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. For example, a 12-year-old Hispanic girl in [[Queens, NY]] was removed from school in handcuffs after doodling on her desk. <ref>[http://www.nydailynews.com/ny_local/education/2010/02/05/2010-02-05_cuffed_for_doodling_on_a_desk.html "Cuffed For Doodling On a Desk"; ''New York Daily News'']</ref> The principal reportedly told the schoolgirl's mother that policy required the arrest. The principal's boss said the principal was "mistaken". <ref>[http://www.nydailynews.com/ny_local/education/2010/02/06/2010-02-06_cuffed_student_wont_draw_suspension.html "Cuffed Student Won't Draw Suspension"; ''New York Daily News'']</ref>
 
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It is frequently employed to prevent free-thinking students from expressing views at variance with liberal orthodoxies.{{fact}}
 
It is frequently employed to prevent free-thinking students from expressing views at variance with liberal orthodoxies.{{fact}}
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Revision as of 15:07, 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. For example, a 12-year-old Hispanic girl in Queens, NY was removed from school in handcuffs after doodling on her desk. [1] The principal reportedly told the schoolgirl's mother that policy required the arrest. The principal's boss said the principal was "mistaken". [2]

It is frequently employed to prevent free-thinking students from expressing views at variance with liberal orthodoxies.[Citation Needed]

References

See also