Sunday, June 25, 2017

Should school curriculums include teaching students how to interact with police?

The New Jersey State Assembly recently passed a bill requiring schools to teach students how to interact with law enforcement. If signed into law, schools will start teaching kids as early as kindergarten through the 12th grade how to talk to police “in a manner marked by mutual cooperation and respect.” 

 
What’s your take? Should school curriculums include teaching students how to interact with police? 
 
 



Comments

1. Dennis said...

Yes,absolutely

2. Bill Morris said...

We can't depend on our schools to teach our kids to read.Why would this be any different?

3. RobertBrown said...

Knowing how to interact with police didn't help Philando Castille.When will they do a training to teach police to deal with African Americans?

4. Pamela said...

Why are they putting the burden on the kids?

5. Brent said...

Wouldn't hurt.At least White kids (and teachers) will learn what we have to deal with every day.

6. Jesse said...

I want a training and curriculum in every state for police,not kids

7. Michael said...

This is some bullshit to shift the blame to the victims.You all talked about it and predicted this last week.

8. Trudy said...

Philando was trained and he was still killed.

9. Georgia said...

It is unfortunate that we even have to consider this question.I believe it should be taught by family and community.The White community does not even understand the problem.We are killed after following the rules

10. Martin said...

If it would include the childrens constitutional rights.I could support it. But thet dont want us to know how they violate our rights every day

11. Barry said...

This is a so called feel good bill to distract us from the real issue of police brutality.

12. Don said...

I think its a good idea

13. Harry James said...

It won't hurt,but how will that stop bad cops?

14. Anthony said...

I want to know whether there will be a bill requiring cops to meet with and learn from Black folk.

15. Long Time Listener said...

I think we need to teach our kids at home and not trust anyone else.To change the subject for a minute.

The U.S. Supreme Court announced Monday it will hear the case of a suburban Denver baker who refused to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple on faith-based grounds, in the latest religious freedom case to be considered before the nation's highest court.

Jack Phillips, owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop, had refused to sell a customized cake for a gay couple's union, claiming a religious exemption to the state's anti-discrimination law.

If this passes,it opens the door to Christians who don't believe in interracial marriage and then those who don't believe Blacks and Jews should be with Whites! Remember the KKK is a so called Christian organization.



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