Schools Need To Stop Accepting Forgotten Items From Home. There, I Said It.

This article was submitted by a high school teacher and parent who wishes to remain anonymous.

After teaching high school for 17 years, not a lot infuriates me anymore. My bar for rage is much, much higher than most people...

However, there is one thing that everyone on campus knows is both my downfall and my soapbox, and that is this: The daily stampede of grown-ups bringing forgotten items to school...it's unsafe, it's a waste of time and resources, and we are hurting our kids if we shield them from every unpleasant feeling.

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