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Expelling students for drugs, is it the answer?

The expelling of students in the Fond du Lac schools seems like a reasonable resolution for the problem of drug dealers, BUT, what does it do to those kids? As the Country is learning, criminal charges against people for drugs is not the answer. It does not change anything, it does not help anyone. All that happens is those persons do their time, get out of jail and go back to doing what they were doing, dealing and doing drugs. So, that should certainly be looked at with juveniles, in my opinion more so than with adults. These kids need guidance, help, and EDUCATION. They need to learn as early as possible that drugs are not the way to go in life. If you expel them, okay, but, MAKE them go elsewhere to receive an education. Is there a technical school or some kind of alternate school that they can attend? If so, MAKE them go to it, and the courts should MAKE them graduate. You can read the original article on this topic here:
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