let's stop blaming the schools for this. it's the parents who should be teaching their children about all this. the schools should encourage responsible behavior, but not actively.
the writing of the story doesn't matter. it's the fact that this story doesn't represent what's really going on with the schools. the story's sources, while mostly unbiased and truthful, can't possibly convey the whole story.not to be a jerk, but this story doesn't have any room for bias, its just a report(the parts in quotes), thats one thing i like about Fox news the do plain reports, no opinion, as i stated original comments/title are mine.
my point is that news shows in general pick a topic which people might get upset at (no matter how insignificant) and give it the importance of a supreme court ruling. many schools around the country don't share this attitude, but they aren't represented in the story. who's to say how many schools do this?
please tell me this isn't biased: "ok, so they kill Show -and- Tell because some kids have better stuff than others!" Show and tell is not dead, and isn't going to die soon! one school != all american schools.