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/* World History Lectures Homework Five */
::::Thanks for alerting me to this. I've deleted the subsequent homework pending further review.--[[User:Aschlafly|Andy Schlafly]] 17:20, 17 October 2011 (EDT)
:::::I would also like to ask you to consider the concerns raised above. They are valid and important. Thank you. --[[User:FrederickT3|FrederickT3]] 20:08, 17 October 2011 (EDT)
Mr Schlafly,
I see that you have not only failed to respond to the concerns raised above; you have actually attempted to ''hide'' the concerns by "trimming" your talk page without answering us. This is most disappointing, and I am sorry to say that this action suggests that your attitude towards your students is one of utter contempt. Concerns have been raised, you have failed to respond, and now you are showing a total lack of respect for the very people you are meant to be teaching by trying to hide these concerns under the carpet. This is unprofessional in the extreme and implies that you do not care in the slightest for teaching; even though your own User page discusses at length your teaching "abilities".
In the above discussion, your only contribution (other than accusing me of "nitpicking" for asking why you awarded full marks to wrong answers) was to thank another concerned student for pointing out an instance of copying. You did not address ''any'' of the points that I, on behalf of myself and other students, have raised. Meanwhile, your answer about the copied homework reveals that you had not actually bothered to compare student answers to check for misconduct. I openly admit that this also slipped my attention until it was raised by another student; but I am a student and you are the teacher - apparently. It is not my job to check student answers for misconduct; but it ''is'' '''your''' job. But sadly, you appear to be uninterested in actually doing this job.
This discussion began as a request that, in light of some possible misinterpretations and misreadings on both sides, a busy and dedicated teacher could reassure his students by addressing their concerns. Instead, it has now become a case of multiple concerns from multiple students who are being totally ignored by a man who fails to answer questions, tries to bury the evidence by trimming his talk page, and by doing so demonstrates a breathtaking contempt for his own students.
It is noticeable that on Conservapedia's [[Professor_values#Are_Professor_Values_a_Crime_Against_Humanity.3F|Professor values]] page, following a long list of examples of teachers shunning their duties and responsibilities, the point is raised that "professors victimize students". On behalf of the student board, I hope that you, through your repeated neglect and contemptuous dismissal, do not intend to do the same.
We, the students, still await an '''ironclad response to our concerns'''.
''1 Corinthians 15:33 (KJV) "Be not deceived; evil communications corrupt good manners."''
[[User:RexBanner|RexBanner]] 21:10, 18 October 2011 (EDT)