There is one basic reason that the public school system is becoming a battleground. We are talking about the kinds of physical dangers that a teacher or school administrator is forced to face every day. The key word that Allen West uses is the word fear. We are not talking that scared type of fear. We are talking about the Biblical kind of fear born out of respect for superiors and a fear of consequences. Let Mr. West explain it to you below.
As Written By Allen B. West:
Not too long ago, I shared with y’all the story of the teenager that struck a teacher in Milwaukee. Now it appears it has happened again — this time in my birth state of Georgia.
I’m just appalled at this lack of discipline and adult respect being displayed in our schools. And when you watch the short video described below, you’ll see why these public schools are failing.
They’re failing when it comes to standards of education and standards of decency.
As reported by the New York Post,
Disturbing cell phone video has emerged showing a Georgia teacher getting pummeled when she tries to get in the middle of two brawling students. The video posted to YouTube on Wednesday shows the unidentified teacher being pounded on the head as she tries to break up the fighting pair of pupils inside a classroom at Rome Middle School in Floyd County.
The school superintendent told WSB-TV that the school is aware of the incident, but had no further comment. Locals were horrified by the violent behavior shown in the video.
“That’s a very unfortunate situation … unfortunate for that teacher to get caught up in that,” Floyd County resident Rosemary Ringer told the news outlet.
When I watch this video, one question comes to mind — what’s happening in the home?
Heck, I grew up in the inner city, so of course kids fought, but what we’re seeing now is above and beyond comprehension. The fact that we now have armed law enforcement officers at our schools should give reason to pause. And when we have an atmosphere where teachers are not protected, respected, supported — but are instead blamed — we have a national crisis.
Ours is a system no longer focused on education, but rather indoctrination. It’s also being run by bloated administrations that often don’t place the emphasis on the classroom and don’t provide proper resources to the teachers.
Sure, we have some teachers who shouldn’t be in a classroom. But mostly, we have parents — actually in many cases, one parent — who are not engaged, and certainly not involved.
But they’re the first ones to come rushing to a school campus to disparage teachers rather than support them. You know, how does it go? “My baby ain’t got no problems, and y’all ain’t got no right to suspend my child.”
I remember growing up and begging my teacher and principal — everyone — not to call my parents. Y’all know exactly what I’m talking about. If I had conducted myself in such a manner that Buck and Snooks West had to come to school, doggone, life was gonna be hell for me……..
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