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Courageous Pennsylvania School Officials Nab 5-Year Old Terrorist

-42 Wrote: Jan 20, 2013 10:09 AM
Masters degrees & doctorates in educational administration must be the easiest degrees in the world to get when you see the ignorant fools that have obtained them.
Jerome49 Wrote: Jan 20, 2013 11:53 AM
Too bad these school officials don't show as much courage suspending and expelling students who tell teachers to "go f--- yourself" as they do with kids who point their fingers at other kids and say "bang, bang".
The Original Alice Wrote: Jan 20, 2013 10:58 AM
Sadly, true.
And I have my Masters in Education, so I am speaking from experience.
Lots of busy work, yes. But none of it difficult.
I got straight A's.
The admin degrees cannot be any more difficult.

It appears that my contest between the United States and United Kingdom for the most inane government policy how has to be augmented by a new contest between Maryland and Pennsylvania.

Just yesterday, I mocked Maryland officials for suspending two little boys for the horrific crime of playing cops and robbers (and noted that this is not the first time such stupidity has been displayed by Maryland school officials).

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