Curmudgeon: The Daily Schedule, or Why do we do this?

When Amnesty International works to ban a practice in prisons, you might want to rethink doing it in schools.

My school has 1.5 hour blocks separated by 3 minute passing times.  Long ago, I began to tell students that I didn’t want to know when or if they were going to the bathroom, just go one at a time and don’t dawdle.

“It’s none of my business. The pass is right there. Carry it to get yourself past the AP.  I don’t need to know why … TMI, people.”

via Curmudgeon: The Daily Schedule, or Why do we do this?.

 

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