Originally Posted by mr. tegu
Pre-school is available if parents want to send their child to one. Or day cares that make it a point to teach skills. And I didn't read through all the articles, but the part BEP quoted makes no sense because kids don't learn to regulate emotions by going to school, they learn it from their parents from the moment they are born.
Once again, you're inability to read or you just have a chronic tendency to use strawman arguments can be seen in this post of yours. I quoted the article in the OP that made the claim about controlling emotions.
Now to address your
point, one that I did not
Sure kids learn to control emotions home, but as we have more two working parent homes, with more latch-key kids, more is left to the schools. Also, when poor educational policies and methods are used to educate, more frustration with acting out can happen too. So there is some overlap here. Thus, arguing for less parental involvement ( which we hear all the time from our educations is part of the problem) is not a solution but keeping the problem and exacerbating it. Funny, how we have more psychology studies being required by educators and administrators but more problems than ever. And calling for more federal involvement to handle them.
Now go to the back of the class.
Before you read the “Outside The Lines” report, consider this:
Taping the opposing team’s sideline still isn’t banned; only taping the opposing team from the sideline is illegal.
Also remember this:
Taping the opposing team from the sideline wasn’t banned until 2006, yet the report cites examples as far back as 2000. ~NESN