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Look at this:A Morning talk show today showed a mother with an Autism Child that was voted out of school!

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On one of the morning shows a mother was talking about her 4-5 year  old boy being voted out of the class due to his condition. I can't find it on the net, and when I heard about this I was pissed. If some one can, help me find a site that I can go to. This happened in FL. It was on the Today's show I think. Any help would do me some good. That fricken teacher needs to be fired and I will send my thoughts to the school next day. I need the schools name and number, I will make a call. myself. I have a child that has Austism, and its hard, its a everyday thing, and these kids can not help this. The way this child was treated was way out of line, and if anyone here can help me get any info, I will thank you with all my heart. I will be gone the next 2-3 hours, but when I come back, please have me a # e-mail or something. This is something I have to do..


 


 


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Here is a link to a story in the Sun-Sentinel that looks like what you were talking about.


 


http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/local/treasurecoast/sfl-flpkindergartner0525pnmay25,0,2574622.story


 

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If you are referencing the story about a child that was locked in a closet like 100 times as time outs, I saw the news story.  Can't say I agree with the school or teacher for this type of corrective behavior action.  However, I don't think kids with these problems should be dumped on the public school system either.  No place in public education system for what I consider to be non productive persons who only drain resources.  Nope, not a fan of special ed and short yellow buses. I have empathy for the parents of children that have mental, emotional or physical ailments but the public education arena is not the place so they can be watched at the cost to tax payers.  Parents ought to be responsible for the care of these children, not the tax payer.  Keep in mind, I have a strict belief in how the Government should function. Just my two cents. 

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If you are referencing the story about a child that was locked in a closet like 100 times as time outs, I saw the news story.  Can't say I agree with the school or teacher for this type of corrective behavior action.  However, I don't think kids with these problems should be dumped on the public school system either.  No place in public education system for what I consider to be non productive persons who only drain resources.  Nope, not a fan of special ed and short yellow buses. I have empathy for the parents of children that have mental, emotional or physical ailments but the public education arena is not the place so they can be watched at the cost to tax payers.  Parents ought to be responsible for the care of these children, not the tax payer.  Keep in mind, I have a strict belief in how the Government should function. Just my two cents. 



What do you mean short yellow bus? So if a kid has a problem they should be taken to the back yard and shot. The Goverment gets good money to teach these kids. Let me tell you what you can do with your two cents, stick them where the sun doesn't shineand stay off my topic. You would never be man enough to say something like that to my face, because you will lose yours. If I get tossed off this site for this post then I don't care. I have been a out standing member for a while now. You can take yourself and drive over a hill and maybe get a head injury, and may I could say this fool is just wasting tax payers money keeping him on life support. You are trash, you comment is useless, just like you are. Trust me, say something like that to a father who lives with a special needs child and your  ass would wind up on a short bus!


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If you are referencing the story about a child that was locked in a closet like 100 times as time outs, I saw the news story.  Can't say I agree with the school or teacher for this type of corrective behavior action.  However, I don't think kids with these problems should be dumped on the public school system either.  No place in public education system for what I consider to be non productive persons who only drain resources.  Nope, not a fan of special ed and short yellow buses. I have empathy for the parents of children that have mental, emotional or physical ailments but the public education arena is not the place so they can be watched at the cost to tax payers.  Parents ought to be responsible for the care of these children, not the tax payer.  Keep in mind, I have a strict belief in how the Government should function. Just my two cents. 



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Your post is insensitive and inappropriate. I certainly hope you never have to deal with an autistic child of your own. What are you gonna do disown that child? When yoou receive your degree and establish yourself as an expert in child behavior return and let us know. Your  two cents in a delicate matter such as this is neither wanted nor appreciated.

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The teacher and school system that initiated this horrible action are goint to learn a tough lesson here. I hope the Child's Mom get a real good attorney. Should be able to take care of the child for life with the settlement. Damn I can't believe educators would act in such a manner.

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Thanks for any and all replys, this is something that means a lot to me!


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If you are referencing the story about a child that was locked in a closet like 100 times as time outs, I saw the news story.  Can't say I agree with the school or teacher for this type of corrective behavior action.  However, I don't think kids with these problems should be dumped on the public school system either.  No place in public education system for what I consider to be non productive persons who only drain resources.  Nope, not a fan of special ed and short yellow buses. I have empathy for the parents of children that have mental, emotional or physical ailments but the public education arena is not the place so they can be watched at the cost to tax payers.  Parents ought to be responsible for the care of these children, not the tax payer.  Keep in mind, I have a strict belief in how the Government should function. Just my two cents. 



So in a society of at least two income families now one of them has to stay home to care for their child who is as entitled to an education as everyone else? If you want to be technical about it we're paying for your kids too so how bout keep your kid at home. I pay tax and don't have kids in school and I don't complain. As far as your short bus comment you do not exemplify what I would expect out of a former LEO.  Not every special needs child is incapable of learning. I'd like to think that maybe your post was misunderstood and perhaps you were referring to the kids that were far enough along that they were beyond teaching in which case perhaps a special school may be more appropriate, but even if that was your intent your post made you look like an ass.


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bsmedmpa says ...



If you are referencing the story about a child that was locked in a closet like 100 times as time outs, I saw the news story.  Can't say I agree with the school or teacher for this type of corrective behavior action.  However, I don't think kids with these problems should be dumped on the public school system either.  No place in public education system for what I consider to be non productive persons who only drain resources.  Nope, not a fan of special ed and short yellow buses. I have empathy for the parents of children that have mental, emotional or physical ailments but the public education arena is not the place so they can be watched at the cost to tax payers.  Parents ought to be responsible for the care of these children, not the tax payer.  Keep in mind, I have a strict belief in how the Government should function. Just my two cents. 



So in a society of at least two income families now one of them has to stay home to care for their child who is as entitled to an education as everyone else? If you want to be technical about it we're paying for your kids too so how bout keep your kid at home. I pay tax and don't have kids in school and I don't complain. As far as your short bus comment you do not exemplify what I would expect out of a former LEO.  Not every special needs child is incapable of learning. I'd like to think that maybe your post was misunderstood and perhaps you were referring to the kids that were far enough along that they were beyond teaching in which case perhaps a special school may be more appropriate, but even if that was your intent your post made you look like an ass.



You looked like a real ass, meet me in the Fight club when ever you are ready. Thanks KSP494


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If you are referencing the story about a child that was locked in a closet like 100 times as time outs, I saw the news story.  Can't say I agree with the school or teacher for this type of corrective behavior action.  However, I don't think kids with these problems should be dumped on the public school system either.  No place in public education system for what I consider to be non productive persons who only drain resources.  Nope, not a fan of special ed and short yellow buses. I have empathy for the parents of children that have mental, emotional or physical ailments but the public education arena is not the place so they can be watched at the cost to tax payers.  Parents ought to be responsible for the care of these children, not the tax payer.  Keep in mind, I have a strict belief in how the Government should function. Just my two cents. 



I can not believe what I just read....................


Every child has a right to an education and social activity.  Your words make me sick to my stomach.  I'm not sure you really have an understanding of what special education is all about. And the short yellow buses have many uses, i.e. short routes with minimal students.  


I suppose you would rather criminals get degrees while in prisons at our expense while these precious children sit in a corner suffering.  You must have been a school bully and had no friends.


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If you are referencing the story about a child that was locked in a closet like 100 times as time outs, I saw the news story.  Can't say I agree with the school or teacher for this type of corrective behavior action.  However, I don't think kids with these problems should be dumped on the public school system either.  No place in public education system for what I consider to be non productive persons who only drain resources.  Nope, not a fan of special ed and short yellow buses. I have empathy for the parents of children that have mental, emotional or physical ailments but the public education arena is not the place so they can be watched at the cost to tax payers.  Parents ought to be responsible for the care of these children, not the tax payer.  Keep in mind, I have a strict belief in how the Government should function. Just my two cents. 



Stii waiting for a reply? What happened, got scared and ran like the girl you are?


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If you are referencing the story about a child that was locked in a closet like 100 times as time outs, I saw the news story.  Can't say I agree with the school or teacher for this type of corrective behavior action.  However, I don't think kids with these problems should be dumped on the public school system either.  No place in public education system for what I consider to be non productive persons who only drain resources.  Nope, not a fan of special ed and short yellow buses. I have empathy for the parents of children that have mental, emotional or physical ailments but the public education arena is not the place so they can be watched at the cost to tax payers.  Parents ought to be responsible for the care of these children, not the tax payer.  Keep in mind, I have a strict belief in how the Government should function. Just my two cents. 



I can not believe what I just read....................


Every child has a right to an education and social activity.  Your words make me sick to my stomach.  I'm not sure you really have an understanding of what special education is all about. And the short yellow buses have many uses, i.e. short routes with minimal students.  


I suppose you would rather criminals get degrees while in prisons at our expense while these precious children sit in a corner suffering.  You must have been a school bully and had no friends.



I say he was the kid in school who wet himself and became a so called called to try to impress people. I doubt he was ever a cop anyway. He sounds like a school kid that got picked on and wished he could ride the short bus so other kids would not beat his ass everyday. If he rode my bus, I would beat on him, if I worked the road with him, I would beat his ass now!


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And the other sad part about the story is even though the child was voted out I sure bet they will keep collecting those school taxes.


 


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One of our LT's has a special needs child that my sig1 took care of at a hospital she worked at here, it is more like assisted living than a hospital and it offers educational programs.


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If you are referencing the story about a child that was locked in a closet like 100 times as time outs, I saw the news story.  Can't say I agree with the school or teacher for this type of corrective behavior action.  However, I don't think kids with these problems should be dumped on the public school system either.  No place in public education system for what I consider to be non productive persons who only drain resources.  Nope, not a fan of special ed and short yellow buses. I have empathy for the parents of children that have mental, emotional or physical ailments but the public education arena is not the place so they can be watched at the cost to tax payers.  Parents ought to be responsible for the care of these children, not the tax payer.  Keep in mind, I have a strict belief in how the Government should function. Just my two cents. 




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Could you possibly have made a more idiotic and uninformed response to Stalker's thread here? You obviously do not have kids of your own, or you would know why your response elicits such an outcry from the members here.  Mental and physical disability can strike any family, anytime.  Our being LEOs does not preclude us from have children with Special Needs.  These kids are part of what you refer to as the "Public" and as such they are entitled to a "Public Education" in a "Public School".  Our school systems spend tens of thousands of dollars for sports programs, music programs, art programs, etc.  Why is it problematic when some of the money goes to help kids with Special Needs?  If anything "drains resources" in the Education System it is the inflated salaries of some of the  school administrators (not the teachers, they should be paid well), and the aforementioned sports programs that benefit a small portion of the student population. 


Kids with Special Needs are among the most loving and caring people you will ever meet.  They may need a bit more understanding and attention, but it is an investment that pays dividends like no other. I would suggest that you volunteer (just one time) to assist with the Special Olympics in your area.  You will soon see just how "Special" these kids are, and how much that they can accomplish.


 As to the teacher in the Florida case, she needs to go, and fast.  She has no place being in any school environment. It amazes me time and again just how stupid supposedly educated educators can be.  It sometimes seems like Florida corners the market when it comes to teachers that make you say, "WTF?".  I sincerely hope that this kids parent get a top-notch lawyer and file a Civil Law Suit that results in a HUGE settlement for them.  Take the hint School Board......dump this idiot of a teacher now, before she does damage to another child.


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If you are referencing the story about a child that was locked in a closet like 100 times as time outs, I saw the news story.  Can't say I agree with the school or teacher for this type of corrective behavior action.  However, I don't think kids with these problems should be dumped on the public school system either.  No place in public education system for what I consider to be non productive persons who only drain resources.  Nope, not a fan of special ed and short yellow buses. I have empathy for the parents of children that have mental, emotional or physical ailments but the public education arena is not the place so they can be watched at the cost to tax payers.  Parents ought to be responsible for the care of these children, not the tax payer.  Keep in mind, I have a strict belief in how the Government should function. Just my two cents. 



You sir are what I consider to be non productive and a drain on valuable oxygen that could better be used by persons with a functioning brain. I wonder why you're former LEO hmmmm. I also wonder if you will have the courage to meet stalker in fight club.


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If you are referencing the story about a child that was locked in a closet like 100 times as time outs, I saw the news story.  Can't say I agree with the school or teacher for this type of corrective behavior action.  However, I don't think kids with these problems should be dumped on the public school system either.  No place in public education system for what I consider to be non productive persons who only drain resources.  Nope, not a fan of special ed and short yellow buses. I have empathy for the parents of children that have mental, emotional or physical ailments but the public education arena is not the place so they can be watched at the cost to tax payers.  Parents ought to be responsible for the care of these children, not the tax payer.  Keep in mind, I have a strict belief in how the Government should function. Just my two cents. 



Where do these people come from? Your two cents ain't worth that much!


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One of my best friends growing up was "special needs" and I went to public school. Brett was a true friend and taught many of us that kids are kids no matter what. Sadly he passed away as a result of his illness shortly after graduating High School. The teachers AND students treated him with the respect he deserved and he treated us with respect. I sure as hell would rather have a kid with special needs and a good attitude toward learning and being a human than a "normal" kid who will grow up to be a worthless member of society.


It is unphatomable that the teachers in this school would treat a child in such a manner, if they are not equipped to deal with the childs needs then the school should bring in an instructor who is.


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One of my best friends growing up was "special needs" and I went to public school. Brett was a true friend and taught many of us that kids are kids no matter what. Sadly he passed away as a result of his illness shortly after graduating High School. The teachers AND students treated him with the respect he deserved and he treated us with respect. I sure as hell would rather have a kid with special needs and a good attitude toward learning and being a human than a "normal" kid who will grow up to be a worthless member of society.


It is unphatomable that the teachers in this school would treat a child in such a manner, if they are not equipped to deal with the childs needs then the school should bring in an instructor who is.



It's amazing how much the other children could learn about humanity from our special children and although the social skills may be different they still learn, as well as teach those around them.


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bsmedmpa is an ass, I actually can't write what I really think of him here so with that said.


I taught children with special needs Religious Education and every one of them was truly special, each one of them unique and wonderful and brought me great joy. I do not have children of my own and I have payed taxes for over 30 years, I want my tax dollars to help teach these children and give support to the parents who work so hard to give their children a good life. Craig, you and your wife are to be looked up to. I admire you both.

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my 5 year old nephew has Autism and my sister is so good with him. My heart just melts everytime he takes my hand and says "B" (he can't say my name yet) or he reads a book to me. Nothing gets me more pissed off then people that make jokes about people with special needs. Or those that stare when I take him to the zoo or the musuem or out to dinner. He's allowed to go and experience these things too.


I'm reminded everyday because of something that this little guy does that God doesn't make mistakes.

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bsmedmpa is an ass, I actually can't write what I really think of him here so with that said.


I taught children with special needs Religious Education and every one of them was truly special, each one of them unique and wonderful and brought me great joy. I do not have children of my own and I have payed taxes for over 30 years, I want my tax dollars to help teach these children and give support to the parents who work so hard to give their children a good life. Craig, you and your wife are to be looked up to. I admire you both.



I AGREE WITH GOTBACKUP,AND YES CRAIG,YOU DO HAVE BACK  UP!!! CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS ARE NOT STUPID,NOR ARE THAY DUMPED ON ANYBODY. tHAY ARE LIVING AND BREATHING HUMAN BEING THAT HAVE MORE LOVE IN THEIR LITTLE HEARTS THAN YOU OR ANYONE LIKE YOU COULD EVER KNOW.


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One of the sweetest children in the nursery at church is a 5yo that is autistic.  She reminds me everytime I see her, what unconditional love truly is!!


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Funny thing, my Godson was considered special needs in school, because he was "allowed" to be educated by our public school system he became an officer.  Before becoming an officer he was and EMT and a Fireman, within 2 months of graduating from the academy he saved a man's life, he kept him alert and prevented him from bleeding out until the ambulence could get there,, I would say he is someone "Special" this world "Needs".

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If you are referencing the story about a child that was locked in a closet like 100 times as time outs, I saw the news story.  Can't say I agree with the school or teacher for this type of corrective behavior action.  However, I don't think kids with these problems should be dumped on the public school system either.  No place in public education system for what I consider to be non productive persons who only drain resources.  Nope, not a fan of special ed and short yellow buses. I have empathy for the parents of children that have mental, emotional or physical ailments but the public education arena is not the place so they can be watched at the cost to tax payers.  Parents ought to be responsible for the care of these children, not the tax payer.  Keep in mind, I have a strict belief in how the Government should function. Just my two cents. 



What are you talking about non productive? Did you do any research on the VAST majority of autistic children or did you just pull something out of you @$$ and thought it was a good idea. There are men/woman right now that have been diagnosed with autism who lead very productive and sucessful lives. Just because these kids have a problem does not mean that they cannot function and learn like other kids in school. My boy is 8 YOA autistic and is far surpassing his fellow classmates. So your 2 cents is neither wanted nor needed.


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Stalker,
Considering the fact that you posted in the original thread that you are a parent of a child with this sort of challenge, I was OUTRAGED by bsmedmpa's response. I will confess that I was subsequently amazed at how polite your reaction was....
 
So then I looked up bsmedmpa’s profile…
 
Folks.... it's no wonder that bsmedmpa posted such a reply.... Any [censored] that can blatantly advertise their education as a  "MS in civil rights violations, torture, and death"  clearly has something wrong with them....
 
After “bragging” like that, it makes me wonder if The CID needs to look into this clown for such activities overseas…
 

 

 


Stalker,
You just tell the list what kind of help you’re family needs to help and I’m sure it will come pouring in… I know because my family received a very generous outpouring of help on the “Police-L” list nationwide.
Mike.

 


As to the family in Florida, where the child was “voted” out of the class… I’m betting some very hungry attorneys are lined up to attack for violating this child’s Right to an education…


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bsmedmpa


Autism comes in many forms. All varying in levels of severity. You would be suprised at how many sufferers there are. Yes they have needs, I refrain from using the term "special needs" as I feel it labels them, only my opinion. All kids have needs, autistic kids just have different needs. But all kids need love and affection, and they all have the same rights to the best we can offer them. 


I have read, and re-read bsmedmpa`s reply to this topic, and get more irate each time. bsmedmpa you are a piece of crap that requires "special needs" The need to be flushed like all crap.


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bsmedmpa


Autism comes in many forms. All varying in levels of severity. You would be suprised at how many sufferers there are. Yes they have needs, I refrain from using the term "special needs" as I feel it labels them, only my opinion. All kids have needs, autistic kids just have different needs. But all kids need love and affection, and they all have the same rights to the best we can offer them. 


I have read, and re-read bsmedmpa`s reply to this topic, and get more irate each time. bsmedmpa you are a piece of crap that requires "special needs" The need to be flushed like all crap.



Amen to that and BUMP


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If you are referencing the story about a child that was locked in a closet like 100 times as time outs, I saw the news story.  Can't say I agree with the school or teacher for this type of corrective behavior action.  However, I don't think kids with these problems should be dumped on the public school system either.  No place in public education system for what I consider to be non productive persons who only drain resources.  Nope, not a fan of special ed and short yellow buses. I have empathy for the parents of children that have mental, emotional or physical ailments but the public education arena is not the place so they can be watched at the cost to tax payers.  Parents ought to be responsible for the care of these children, not the tax payer.  Keep in mind, I have a strict belief in how the Government should function. Just my two cents. 



Now, if I understand this correctly, you want to revoke these children's right to an education because you feel that they are 'unproductive'? If that is the case, can we revoke your right to speech since you are unproductive? How about your right to vote? Should we continue this train of thought?


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If you are referencing the story about a child that was locked in a closet like 100 times as time outs, I saw the news story.  Can't say I agree with the school or teacher for this type of corrective behavior action.  However, I don't think kids with these problems should be dumped on the public school system either.  No place in public education system for what I consider to be non productive persons who only drain resources.  Nope, not a fan of special ed and short yellow buses. I have empathy for the parents of children that have mental, emotional or physical ailments but the public education arena is not the place so they can be watched at the cost to tax payers.  Parents ought to be responsible for the care of these children, not the tax payer.  Keep in mind, I have a strict belief in how the Government should function. Just my two cents. 



Now, if I understand this correctly, you want to revoke these children's right to an education because you feel that they are 'unproductive'? If that is the case, can we revoke your right to speech since you are unproductive? How about your right to vote? Should we continue this train of thought?



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If you are referencing the story about a child that was locked in a closet like 100 times as time outs, I saw the news story.  Can't say I agree with the school or teacher for this type of corrective behavior action.  However, I don't think kids with these problems should be dumped on the public school system either.  No place in public education system for what I consider to be non productive persons who only drain resources.  Nope, not a fan of special ed and short yellow buses. I have empathy for the parents of children that have mental, emotional or physical ailments but the public education arena is not the place so they can be watched at the cost to tax payers.  Parents ought to be responsible for the care of these children, not the tax payer.  Keep in mind, I have a strict belief in how the Government should function. Just my two cents. 



I truly do not know what to say to that response! This person must only have "perfect children" with no problems whatsoever.  I have a teenage daughter with bipolar disorder and she is in special ed.  If it weren't for putting her in the public school system, she would have a hard time growing up as normally as she possibly could.  Short bus? Hopefully you dont get run over by one! You should be ashamed!



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