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This article was submitted to the StarTrib for its Commentary Section by Earl (Sook) Holdridge, a long-time member of the Minnesota Alliance of Peacemakers and a member of its Leadership Team. Here is the published article:
May 31, 2016
By Earl (Sook) Holdridge
The way our schools are organized is at odds with learning and dispiriting for students. Naturally, some rebel.
I applaud the students who wrote the May 27 commentary "Student voices are to be heard, not ignored." Their main point: "School climate isn't about fights and suspensions, but about creating an environment within our schools where everyone can thrive."
As a teacher-counselor, I'd like to reinforce their thoughts with my observations and experience. Perhaps it will shed some light on giving hope for the kind of school the writers seek.
First, I'd like to say in no way are administrators, school boards, teachers or students at fault for what our schools have become. To the contrary, I applaud all those able to function well in spite of the way the system perpetuates and aggravates a poor school climate.
The system induces dysfunction
Our antiquated school system has evolved out of some very bad science that has led to many dehumanizing structures and procedures, and worse, seriously dysfunctional relationships.
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