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Now, I agree to an extent that behaviour is dealt with and a severe punishment such as an exclusion could result in major consequences. However as I have personally experienced, (not being an extremely well behaved student but doing work when it's to be done) schools do not deal with behaviour as significantly as they should.
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Depends on the school i’d say
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School should focus on reading, communication and anger management as primary. math and logic is second. science music and sports can be blended together. that's just cool.
biggest issue is understanding ones own emotions and how that feeds into how we act. this can prevent good communication.
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At the very baseline, good manners, respect, integrity, etc. are all things a school should cultivate in budding citizens. How they do it shouldn't be prescribed by an authoritative body, as long as there isn't evidence they are failing their students. Of course, if you want to be in an environment with a certain set of values then there are private schools for that.
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