“School-To-Prison-Pipeline” System?

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Charlotte Thomson IserbytDay 17: Skinner Horror Files

Operant Conditioning Includes PUNISHMENT

PunishmentDon’t ever forget this! Penalties, punishment… it is all part of the system of operant conditioning and an integral part of the method. And when parents find out about this, they often get upset. Very upset.

Read this article: “Mom Says NO to School System Intimidation,” September 26, 2014, by Heather Callaghan, Contributor, Waking Times. Here is the summary:

This British mum smacks down the punishing culture of the public school system. She gives a chilling account of what happened when her son was given confusing commands, humiliated in front of class, brought to tears and trauma and how it was covered up with a false accusation towards him from the system. She didn’t just take to YouTube, however – she confronted them….

She also explores “the Bullying phenomenon”….

And, lastly, she alludes to Common Purpose. Officially, it poses as a charity for “leadership development” education and networking, but people in the UK (including teachers) have noticed a menacing and secretive force trickling into all facets of society that wreak of Common Purpose, since 1985…..

Watch the video embedded in this article by clicking this highlighted text. And then read the following below this image:

It cannot be denied that his kind of “force-over” system gets

projected onto students in the form of nonsensical, harsh

punishments. No wonder people refer to this system as the

“school-to-prison-pipeline” system. But it must also be stated

that there are many good people – good teachers and staff

who really care – who are just as pinched by the commands

and fear tactics of the system as the students and parents.

They have told me repeatedly “I just wanted to teach…”

and as more garbage gets piled on, they watch their dreams

slip into a nightmare.

 

Don't forget. This "shock grid" is part of behavioral psychology

Don’t forget. This “shock grid” is part of behavioral psychology