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This article Playground Predators talks about the liabilities of schools when students sexually harassed their peers and what should schools do to punish the child My likes about this article is that the parents of LaShonda listen to what their daughter told them and did not use the phrase boys will be boys to her I also liked the fact that her parents did not give up and that LaShonda was strong enough to get through this with help My dislikes is the fact that LaShondas parents did not get the principal fired and for himher to loose their license to ever teach or be in control of kids other than hisher own again The principal got me very upset because of hisher own outlook of what was being said I would change the principals behavior and I would also have the Davis speak to the boys parents to see if they are aware of what he was doing The Davis case made a lot of people think Now it wasnt just a case it was a point of where sexual discrimination begins and where it ends It also went on to talk about what the world is today with its sexual precedences and that its easy for kids to notice because of what they see or hear in their environment Baywatch society makes it hard for them to ignore The article also states sexual harassment can become sexual discrimination when school districts ignore sexualized behavior among students by saying kids will be kids or boys will be boys One question that made me stop and think are we comfortable applying the language of adult sexual harassment and sexual discrimination to kids My answer to this question is YES Why Because in todays society kids are partaking in a lot of things that they shouldnt Should school district be held liable than they are in state courts
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