Violent “special needs” students, need to learn that attacking people is a bad idea. If they can not learn that as children, they will end up with a terrifying life.
I am not sure how you teach a special needs child to not respond violently when that is their habit, but if you can not teach the kid, he/she needs to be removed from mainstreaming programs and educated in a place that can effectively deal with the child.
In public school situations though, you have some idiots dealing with children disrespectfully and aggressively. They could and do manipulate and provoke any child they target to act unsightly and they lie about targeted children in an effort to ruin them, too.
This video only shows the driver kicking the child down and does not show what occured between the bus driver and the child prior to that inappropriate action. So the reader has no real idea of what was going on in this incident.
Nothing that would justify kicking a child off of the steps of a school bus, IMO.
Just what can an 8 year old do to a well padded adult?
“””Violent special needs students, need to learn that attacking people is a bad idea.””””
I agree. In a related story, I was at a bike rally once when my wife was approached by a drunk guy who hugged her.
Now this was a biker function, a biker bar, some pretty rough individuals, needless to say.
I confronted the drunk who grabbed my wife and said; “Look here... I know you’re drunk so Imma let this slide. But a word of advice: This is not the type place you want to be grabbing strange women. If the woman don’t cut you, her ‘ole man’ will.”
He said “oh, I’m sorry... I didn’t know she your wife... yadda yadda...”
I said “no don’t worry about me, but you are going to grab the wrong woman and find yourself dumped in a ditch. Just be glad it was my wife and not one of those Hells Angels over there.”
Moral is... you’re right. Its a bad idea to attack people. 9 out of 10 will look the other way but that tenth one don’t care how ‘special’ you are.