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March 09, 2005

Teaching morals

What do Robert Davidson, Debra Lafave, Adrianne Hockett, Carol Flannigan, Kim Alexander, Donna Carr Galloway, Heather Ingram, Cheryl Reyna, Harriet Gordon, Lynna Lea Weusthoff, Tanya Hadden and Pamela Diehl-Moore have in common? Well for one things they are each and every one former schools teachers. Why are they former school teachers? Because each and every one had an sexual relation with a student, some as young as 11 years-old.

While the case of Mary Kay Letourneau received a deluge of media attention, similar cases have all but been ignored by the media.  Why?

Could it be that these cases punctuate the drastic need in America's school for a foundation of morality? Such a concept is not popular with the MSM, and reporting the numerous cases of teacher/student affairs would demand such a conclusion.

It's ironic that after the ACLU successfully removed the Ten Commandments from government schools, a rash of school shooting began. Now we have a rash of teacher/student affairs. When you claim the words “Thou shalt not kill” and “Thou shalt not commit adultery” don't belong in a government school because they are religious, and therefore irrelevant to a government education -- what do you expect to happen?

Posted by Jack Lewis at March 9, 2005 11:10 AM

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