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December 4th, 2012, 07:26 AM
LessthanThree LessthanThree is offline
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I could see how it could be used to discourage kids wandering around the halls instead of being in class, but not if the teacher doesn't have enough common sense to know when to make exceptions.

Though, is "skipping class" common with 2nd graders? Not even people at my high school did that since they'd notice you being gone. I get it theoretically, but is this such a problem that they need a system to keep it in check? Because then it seems to be a problem with the teacher/school, rather than the system.
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