In my son's school there are multiple teachers who refuse to allow the kids to use the restroom. Seeing as they are in block scheduling they are in 4 classes a semester for an hour and 4o min each. They can go between classes if there is time or at lunch if there is time. Even still almost 2 hours then not having time between classes for getting books and getting across campus then another teacher who always says no. That's 4 hours of holding it. SHould teachers be allowed to just say 'no'
Asked by Anonymous at 8:43 AM on Aug. 28, 2010 in Teens (13-17)
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Try actually TEACHING in a class, and I bet you'll UNDERSTAND that you cannot allow every kid who asks to use the washroom to go and use it. You have to set some limitations, for MANY kids will just ask to go to get out of the room. Not to mention, many schools have a rule that no students shall walk down the hallway without an adult, which is why many teachers have bathroom TIMES, or only allow bathroom breaks during passing periods in higher grades. :)
Answer by KairisMama at 1:49 PM on Aug. 28, 2010
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