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That is horrible, I don't think you should be having kids in high school, but girls like that need encouragement,not judgement. If they get kicked out of school they will probably just give up, but if they were allowed to stay, they could still make something of themselves. Kicking them out could ruin their lives. Daylilly made a really good point, you can't be fired for becoming pregnant, why should you be able to be kicked out of school for it?
by ThornedRose on 8/7/2012 5:14:47 PM
I like the idea about giving girls pregnancy tests but
I think they should choose whether to stay on campus or not. At least they have the opportunity to stay in school and not some other girls who drop out of school because of the baby. These teenage moms have dreams of their own and they have a right to an education
by depacdancer1104 on 8/7/2012 5:13:00 PM
my mom had me in high school and she graduated with a GPA of 4.00 and worked two jobs and took cre of me on her own!! simone s.
by kristadakota on 8/7/2012 4:38:03 PM
being able to bring life into the the world should be something to be proud of, not something that you get kicked out of school for
by juneiscool on 8/7/2012 4:29:18 PM
This is horrible! First of all, there's such a thing as raped, and that is a really terrible expeirience. What if you get pregnant from rape? So not only will you have the terrible memory from the rape, but you're also kicked out of school unless you can prove you're raped? That seems wrong to me, because there are huge statistics of rapes that aren't reported until later, and I once read something about they can't be proven as easily after a long amount of time. Second, you shouldn't be able to kick a student out of school just because she's pregnant. You can't fire workers for that, so you shouldn't be able to expell them. And finally, you shouldn't be forced to just because there's a rumor that you're pregnant! Don't they tell us we shouldn't listen to rumors, and here they are, just believing them? Plus, what if you happen to just have a bigger tummy, then someone starts spreading that around? That's really going to hurt their self esteme.
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by beauty4girls on 8/7/2012 3:53:57 PM
totally unfair! the guy should get kicked out of school too, especially since they tend to pressure the girls into doing it!!!!!!
by lilipopmlml on 8/7/2012 3:08:04 PM
this is sad its not right to get pregnant at that age, but even if it does happen, the school should try to keep them in school, not kick them out!
by mcw3400 on 8/7/2012 3:03:23 PM
This idea is horrible for them accusing kids of getting pregnant . Some kids make the wrong choice by getting pregnant but it is horrible to make young girls take pregnacy tests.
by OneDirection1843 on 8/7/2012 2:53:34 PM
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