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he was not responsible, as we all know those men that wait outside schools in order to find easy victims to sell drugs.
Of course he was responsible, he took the drugs.
He could say no, there was no one forcing him to say yes.
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RE: Drugs in schools
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Anyway, I want your opinion on how right was the teachers decision to expel him.
I really doubt the teachers had any play in the decision made. Teachers don't have that much control (at least over here. It's the high administration that takes care of these things, like Principal's (or headmasters)) usually.

You don't seem to have a very great understanding of these kinds of things, so either you're a really misinformed 14 year old, or you lied about your age.

I think it's safe to assume that if skipped class to do drugs he was fully responsible for his own actions and should be able to control them. It's nobody else's fault, and teachers should definitely not have to deal with this.

Also, over here it's not random people on the road selling drugs to "innocent kids in school". It's the other way around.
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Silly. Just silly.
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He left class to go and do drugs? Sounds like he isn't using them for the first time =/
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RE: Drugs in schools
Rightly or wrongly, drugs are against the law, this isn't a discussion about if drugs are ethically right or not. It's a very simple matter, he broke the law, and so should be punished.
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The law is gay.

The stop and search 10-18 year olds out on the streets when they can be bustin' junkies and do a hell of a lot more to help than chase of teenagers "causing a rather loud disturbance". In britain at least btw, sounds the same in Greece by what your telling us.
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I'll add a me in there, but one of my classmates actually got caught, suspended, and arrested for supplying the Jr hockey team with marijuana, and it serves him right too. Not to mention how much shit the hockey team got in for bringing it over the boarder during their tournament.. it's a good thing customs didn't find it.
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RE: Drugs in schools
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A week ago, a boy in my school got suspended for using drugs. The point is that in my opinion this wasn't the best solution because he was not responsible, as we all know those men that wait outside schools in order to find easy victims to sell drugs. I believe that the teachers should talk to him and tell him how bad is to use drugs and then, if he continued using drugs, then they could suspend him. I heard that the boy fell into depression for that reason. His parents came to the school and asked for their son to return to the school. What do you think on this point?


what i would do in this case, if i was that kid.  1. if there is no other way, get the drugs and then go to my house and drop them in the trash.  2.  alert my dad or someone who can do something about this guy. 

if there i can buy the drugs and see where this guy is located, i would report him to the police. 

obviously there can be kids that doesn't think on this and might start taking drugs, that would be a bit of a problem if the kid is now addict.

the awareness of the kid should increase as well as the teachers, father, etc.  and the schools should have security points for this.

i haven't personally see this situation in my life, but it's my opinion. :)
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RE: Drugs in schools
Simply put, its the kids fault for his actions.  He should realize he's done wrong and accept the punishment he received, point taken.  If he's that weak of a person, then he needs to build himself up more, but it's NO EXCUSE for what he did.  He deserved the punishment.
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In Mexico, or in my school, at least, you don't get kicked, but you are offered school guidance and offered to go to rehab and be accepted back when you're "fine". You will get kicked if you go high to school or take drugs there.
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