Skip to comments.NYC schools were most ‘violent and disruptive’ in state last year
Posted on 08/13/2019 10:12:31 PM PDT by EinNYC
New York City schools had the most violent and disruptive incidents in the state last year accounting for more than half, with incidents including assaults, sexual offenses and bomb threats, a new report reveals.
The data released Tuesday by state Comptroller Tom DiNapoli shows 17,991 incidents out of 32,084 statewide came from Big Apple public and charter schools or 56% of the states total.
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Soooo glad to be retired and out of this disgusting mess of a school system.
No demographics included in the report?
I am shocked they would not describe that, it might shed some light on the causes?
Why do you keep posting about it if you’re leaving?!?! :)
To convince yourself that you really want to go? :)
I don’t get it.
The Liberal fix will be to change policy on how incidents are reported.
and more money!!
(maybe DeBlah’s ooogly wife can pass along some of that $ she squirreled away..)
Data from 2015 reports show that black students represent half of all suspensions, despite being 27 percent of the student population. By 2019, I'm sure that this would show many fewer suspensions, even suspensions that should have been given, due to DumblASSio's directive including a new discipline code that requires written approval from the education department to suspend students for certain infractions.
Since they're been keep this statistic, has there ever been a year when NYC schools have not been the most violent and disruptive' in the state?
Allowing the lunatics to run the asylum.
Hard to blame this in Presidemt Trump when NYC is ruled overwhelmingly by FredocRATS.
And to think, fifty years ago they were proclaimed to be the best in the nation simply because more money was spent per student than anywhere in the USA.
If more money is spent today on the NYC students, than elsewhere, they would still be classed as the best in the nation, even though they seem to be he!! holes.
Are you kidding?! Imagine special high schools being built for any other group of immigrants to this country.
Abolish government schools.
Then the children are emotionally gaslighted when told that school is like the “real world” and it is good for their “socialization”.
Why do teachers open the doors each day to this child abuse?...Oh!...I know! Money, generous vacations, and gold-plated retirement packages. Gee! At least whores don't claim that they do it because they love children.
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Why are children forced into an environment that would win an adult MILLIONS in court?
Why do teachers cooperate with child abuse?
Oh, so now you're saying that teachers are worse than whores? I've known, from your nasty and way off-center posts that you are a person who attacks people who don't share your narrow world view, but are you in a contest to out-do your usual stupidity now? Maybe teachers open their doors each day because they are honestly trying to help the kids, even with their hands severely tied by the libtard commie administration. Any chance of being educated beats no chance at all. If the teachers don't supply an additional, or perhaps the only "eyes on" of the students, there would be more cases of child abuse not reported. The students may not have any wholesome moral adult to talk to or ask about personal problems except for a teacher they have. Learning problems would not identify themselves--it takes a trained professional to do that and seek remedy for it. Even in an environment like that described, teachers are not in it for the money.
How dare you compare teachers to whores, you self-righteous piece of offal?
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