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Should States Have the Power to Punish Public School Teachers Who Use Words That Violate Profanity FCC Rules?

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  • ruralntex 2012/02/19 12:19:55
    No, because critics say the issue should be handled by schools and districts.
    ruralntex
    +3
    These things should be handled by the school board if the schools themselves fail to do the right thing. The more local the solution, the better the solution.

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  • Chris- Demon of the PHAET 2012/02/24 19:27:57
    No, because critics say the issue should be handled by schools and districts.
    Chris- Demon of the PHAET
    I hate the way these answeres are worded. "because the critics say" is a loaded statement. Leave out that part and I say no.
  • Bocephus 2012/02/21 21:19:48
  • Melody 2012/02/19 18:05:32
    No, because critics say the issue should be handled by schools and districts.
    Melody
    +1
    There are "bad words" in books, just like there are "bad words" in REAL LIFE. Get over it.
    And really, why spend time and money trying to punish such ridiculous things when there are MUCH worse happenings to be concentrating on!?
  • sjalan 2012/02/19 17:15:25
    No, because critics say the issue should be handled by schools and districts.
    sjalan
    The FCC Rules are so antiquated and adjust ever few years that it would be impossible to make a definitive arguement of just what constitutes infringment of the FCC Rules.

    Besides this is just a bunch of Conservative hogwash from the Arizona legislature again intruding into the classroom to further tie the hands of theachers from teaching.
  • rustyshackelford 2012/02/19 15:41:31
  • Alvin 2012/02/19 15:19:53
    No, because critics say the issue should be handled by schools and districts.
    Alvin
    +1
    this should be a local matter. Let the FCC rule what is sent over the airways. That is their job.
  • **StarzAbove** 2012/02/19 14:43:30
    No, because critics say the issue should be handled by schools and districts.
    **StarzAbove**
    No.
  • Cliff 2012/02/19 13:55:56
    No, because critics say the issue should be handled by schools and districts.
    Cliff
    Government doesn't belong in the education business.
  • Fannie Cliff 2012/02/19 16:19:45
    Fannie
    Yea, and you don't belong on this planet. Go home.
  • Cliff Fannie 2012/02/20 04:20:15
    Cliff
    Sorry but we need to get rid of the liberal union thugs trying to highjack the American way of life first.
  • Fannie Cliff 2012/02/20 16:12:34 (edited)
    Fannie
    Your're funny.
  • Cliff Fannie 2012/02/20 19:46:54
    Cliff
    You spell funny
  • ed 2012/02/19 13:26:17
    Yes, because it sets a bad example for students.
    ed
    +1
    yes and since we are on the subject of punish and power why don't we punish our politicans when they make a promise and then break it?
  • JULIE 2012/02/19 13:15:38
    No, because critics say the issue should be handled by schools and districts.
    JULIE
    If I had to deal with all those kids on a daily basis, Im sure a few bad words would slip now and then.
    Do people have nothing better to worry about?
  • ed JULIE 2012/02/19 13:28:36
    ed
    what like telling our children what they are allowed to eat by the government when it should be up to parents
  • Link ed 2012/02/19 13:51:46
    Link
    +1
    Parents allowed the gov't years ago to slowly strip them of their parental rights and obligations in two ways:

    a) By allowing the agencies and organizations and lobbyists to step in and take control in areas in the home where they shouldn't be

    b) By asking for help in areas where they, the parents, should have just continued to keep charge and control...
  • ed Link 2012/02/19 18:23:08
    ed
    Then it's time for parents to take their rights back and keep them.
  • JULIE ed 2012/02/19 13:55:44
    JULIE
    Im pretty sure you can tell your kid what ever you want
  • ruralntex 2012/02/19 12:19:55
    No, because critics say the issue should be handled by schools and districts.
    ruralntex
    +3
    These things should be handled by the school board if the schools themselves fail to do the right thing. The more local the solution, the better the solution.
  • Dan ☮ R P ☮ 2012 ☮ 2012/02/19 12:10:39 (edited)
    No, because critics say the issue should be handled by schools and districts.
    Dan ☮ R P ☮ 2012 ☮
    +3
    The FCC regulations dont belong in our schools. Hell, the FCC shouldnt even exist as far as I'm concerned.
    For the state, it should only punish a school if it broke an already existing law. About the only legal thing they could do here, in my opinion, is have the state legislature vote to cut funding.

    I have to also agree with these critics. the majority of school related issues should be resolved at the local level, and through legal means. I would prefer we either returned to a localized model of school or a voucher system.

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