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that is so stupid. it's like saying that if your parents are jewish you can't go to that school. it's teaching students being different is wroung. so sorry for that girl being humilated by a princapal. really i thout some people that smart had brains(alking bout pricapal).
by sparkels on 8/21/2012 9:00:49 PM
I think yes and no, taking a pregnancy test might invade a girls privacy, but if it turns out positive, she could be bullied by others. And this could be a huge distraction for her, so she should be homeschooled.
BUT WE SHOULD JUST STICK WITH NOT GETTING PREGNANT IN THE FIRST PLACE!!!
by TresSapphire on 8/19/2012 11:52:30 AM
i think it's just plain stupid. yeah it is the student's fault if they get pregnant and yeah it was a mistake, but forcing her to take a pregnancy test is an invasion of privacy and just makes her feel even less supported. at least give her a chance at continuing school!
by myfatsquirrel on 8/18/2012 8:38:48 PM
Isnt this an invasion of privacy, how can they do that? Its seems wrong and sexist and the guys get off without any consequences. Its just not right, could you imagine if the school asked every guy if they were circumcised or not?
Its kind of like that but maybe even worse. They need to change that policy.
by fashionqn on 8/17/2012 11:43:06 PM
I really think that this is kinda stupid, yeah I can kinda see why the school would do this, but it IS discrimination! There should really be someone looking into that.
by xxskybearxx on 8/13/2012 1:36:45 PM
by Cartoon Kit-Kat on 8/11/2012 10:36:45 PM
At my school, they make all the 8th graders take drug tests, they also have a drug dog come and sniff all the backpacks in the entire school. Its kinda weirdin me out a little bit
by purplecupcake411 on 8/11/2012 5:49:57 PM
Ugh! That is so messed up! Some pregnancy tests are wrong anyway! They should get an ultrasound first!
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by YayaYuiki on 8/11/2012 3:42:03 PM
I think that it is so wrong that they would kick a girl out for being pregnant! A girl would alredy feel terible that it even happened. Teens getting pregnant isn't the smartest idea, but it shouldn't keep a kid from learning. Girls try to avoid quiting school when they become pregnant, so why would you kick them out? This poor girl was just embarassed in front of her family and friends, not by another student... but the PRICIPAL!! I don't think that this is fair at all! :/
by Madi<3 on 8/11/2012 2:09:32 PM
That policy is just stupid. What if a girl was forced into pregnancy? The teachers or principal don't know the circumstances. I think that girls shouldn't have to take pregnancy tests, and even if she was pregnant, she should still be allowed education rights, such as going to an actual school.
by HayEC98 on 8/11/2012 1:56:35 PM
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