We understand the purpose of schools are to educate and that's the main focus of all our activities here. However: is it too much to ask to have a decent quality of life in the accomplishment of this? There's an eternal struggle between the educators and the studentry that is weighted 99.4% in their favor. But they are not 99.4% of the people. If we had to guess they're no more than 20%. We could storm the offices of the administrators and seized power if we wanted to. I wonder how many laws that would break, though. Probably a lot.
I suppose we could have done a... general strike. I suppose we could've storm the principal and superintendent's offices. But no. Apparently all it took was one student to dress like a dictator and now he has all these powers. Not that he hasn't done a good job with them, but just walking in and the school board unconditionally surrendering was a bit anticlimactic. I envisioned more of a power struggle, we all did. When in power, we held a town hall to see what you people wanted at the time, and here it is:
Also, some odds and ends stuff:
Our hope is that these measures will improve the student experience while preserving the ability to learn, as that's why we're here.
Also, this was supposed to hide everything after the dots. What's so bad about having tags in this?