Apparently, it's acceptable language from parents and on tv, so why not in the classroom.
Next it will be what they did in the 80's with the mentally retarded. They had to give them a 'special' room for lovemaking since it is their God given right. The school kids will have their own special room for when their God given desires kick in----along with free condoms of course.
What happens when the kids want to have sex in the classroom?
Ebonics as well as swearing stateside. Let's make it a true minor leagues for the prison system.
In other words, we represent the Teachers Union and we don't want to do the work of discipline in school. Parents don't want it and kids are going to do it anyway so we are just going to give up.
What a tragedy.
I completely disagree. One of the real causes of the present coarsening of public culture is that parents and teachers are not teaching their children to avoid vulgar language.
The thugs may come in the form Nazi brown-shirts, or Russian communist "workers" --- but it is they that rule in debased society.
This is coming to Western Europe: we just don't know which form the next ruling thugs will take. Much of this is happening here, but we still have some conservatives left and this is not a done deal here.
When my son was in the second grade, he and a few of his buddies were caught using some bad language in the boys room. A teacher was walking past and heard them. She called them out into the hall, took them back to their class and informed the teacher. My son was so upset because he claims he was not using this language in the boys room, and that he was only laughing. I asked him why he thought using bad language is funny and he said he wasn't laughing at the bad language.....he was laughing at the way one of the boys spelled the "F" word......all the letters except the "C". I giggled a little but then it dawned on me....how would he know how to spell the "F" word correctly. He said he just knew and dropped the subject quickly. He's now going into the 7th grade and to this day, he still won't confess as to how he knew how the "F" word was spelled.