Teacher 'Disciplined' After Advising Students of 5A Right

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    Teacher 'Disciplined' After Advising Students of 5A Right

    Daily Herald: Batavia school board disciplines teacher after survey flap

    So the story goes like this:

    Dryden, a social studies teacher, told three of his classes that they had a Fifth Amendment right to not incriminate themselves when they took a social-emotional learning survey April 18. Some of the 34 questions asked students about their drug and alcohol use, as well as about their emotions. Their names were on the surveys, as it was intended to identify students who could use help, according to school district officials. Those whose answers raised red flags were called in to the school's student services workers, including social workers and counselors.
    Yes, maybe the school has 'good intentions' and whatnot but how would you all react to such a questionnaire?

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    i would have either refused to take it, or lied on the form. Having the survey with the student name on it was unethical at best. The teacher did the right thing in my opinion
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    Ah! I saw it and rushed to post instead of looking first, doh! Thanks :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lightweb View Post
    I would have either refused to take it, or lied on the form. Having the survey with the student name on it was unethical at best. The teacher did the right thing in my opinion
    You're right on the money with all 3 points.
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