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Teachers Told to Stop Punishing Students Over Hairstyle Violations


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Cutting of hair not with parents permission on a school child is an Assault pure and simple and the person doing so should therefore be arrested on that charge. 

In my7 case after he/she gets out of the hospital I will put them in , in the case of my children. 

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Thai politicians told to stop being corrupt - They continue

Thai cops told to stop with the re-enactments - They continue

Thai motorcyclists told stop driving up the wrong side of the road - They continue

My wife told to stop spending money - She continues

 

..... and so it goes .......

 

Just because the teachers are told to stop with the haircuts - They will continue. 😞 

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1 hour ago, Nicholas Paul KNIGHT said:

In my7 case after he/she gets out of the hospital I will put them in , in the case of my children. 

Ok, settle down John James Rambo. 🙂 

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Why dont teachers concentrate more on their Teaching abilities which  could do with a shake  up

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6 hours ago, webfact said:

Education Minister Trinuch Thienthong said during a meeting that no ministerial regulation allows teachers to humiliate students who violate hairstyle regulations by arbitrarily trimming or cutting their hair.

How long before the first "humiliation occurs" ?

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5 hours ago, RandiRona said:

Army dress and Army haircut for everyone!

G I Jane looked hot.😉

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I always told both my daughters that this will/would never happen to them. And if a teacher tried to do it, they get the hell out of the building immediately. Followed up by if the teacher did succeed, then I would be giving that teacher a haircut, the style of my choice!

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5 hours ago, RandiRona said:

What is wrong in having one single haircut for whole country just like their premier? North Korea have it and since they pretty much follow the same model, I think it saves time for everyment and making kids docile and must be part of indoctrination.

Army dress and Army haircut for everyone!

Dont Give Up Your Day Job

A comedian You Will Never Be 🙂

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They need to stop this archaic practice.  Leave the kids hair alone.  Pay more attention to improving the school curriculum would be a much better use of their time.

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4 hours ago, Excel said:

Along with other archaic practices in schools and elsewhere !!

You really are unhappy living here.

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2 minutes ago, Excel said:

That's a bit rich coming from a Scot, pretending to be Thai yet condoning disgusting behaviour of enforced haircuts on children. Yes you must love pretending be a Thai and living here so you can get away with such behaviour with a Thai passport/nationality. Go home and try it in your own country, see what sentence you would get for doing it there.

No pretence from me regarding my nationality. 

How am I condoning enforced haircuts? 

I was merely pointing out that you are a Thai basher in almost every post. 

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The constant nonsense has to stop. Perhaps it is time the students start punishing the teachers. Something I have been advocating since I was 12.

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2 hours ago, Excel said:

That's a bit rich coming from a Scot, pretending to be Thai yet condoning disgusting behaviour of enforced haircuts on children. Yes you must love pretending be a Thai and living here so you can get away with such behaviour with a Thai passport/nationality. Go home and try it in your own country, see what sentence you would get for doing it there.

He is a wanna be teacher. I would love to be a fly on the wall and see how he takes care of discipline in his classroom. 

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