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Professor: Solve My Problem, Fix My Issue
Dear Professor: I live in Florida, need I say more. I teach one of the grades the Governor stated we could be arrested, if we violated guidelines in his foolish "don't say gay bill". I have students who often refer to their parents as "mommy one", "daddy X or daddy Y", "my stay home daddy" and my "go to work daddy". This law is as stupid as the man. If I answer, or even respond to my students, I could be in trouble. The one thing I will not say to my students is don't say that or don't talk about your parents. Such a remark will leave a child with the impression that something is wrong with their parents, or worst, the child himself. It's unfair to ask, and I am aware, no one can fix stupid, but Fix my problem, solve my issue.
The Fix point: . The governor does not know, nor can he decree what words a child uses in a classroom. Children come from a variety of homes, and bring with them various behaviors, languages, and communication skills. A teacher does not know what a child wants or will say when they raise their hand. Teachers must be allowed to use their professional judgment in response in every situation without fear of consequence or termination. The fix. If your governor qualifies for stupidity in mind and deed, there are two real choices. It is true, you cannot fix stupid, but you can impeach, recall, or remove the one who possesses it. Never vote them in office again.
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