Severly retarded people shouldn't be in public schools -

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When I say severely retarded people I don't mean people with low level autism or down syndrome who, while they might be fucking weird, can at least function in society like having a job and over all being fine.

I'm talking about the ones where they are cross-eyed REEEtards who can't stop punching themselves, they need to be restrained so they don't attack others, they shit themselves, can't even talk right without having full blown meltdowns if they aren't wearing their headphones and given My Little Pony toys.

I seriously do not think these undeveloped, and often times threatening, "people" should not be aloud to schools around normal children. Even at my highschool you had tards like this sexually assaulting girls and the tard guards would just ask them to let it go. It isn't normal, these things aren't normal, and if they can't even remember the letter after 'A' they shouldn't be aloud around my or anyone else's kids.
 

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One time, I went to a fast food restaurant (which I shall not name).

I went inside to order, sat down to wait.

After a little while some guy ten feet away from me holds his hand out like he wants to grab something, in my direction, and starts moving toward me.

Being normal, I'm low-key freaking the fuck out inside.

Turns out, I'm sitting next to the napkins he wound up reaching for, and he had some form of tism or tardation that led to that incident.

If it matters, he looked like a guy in his forties and I was a guy around 22 at the time.
 

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Agreed, severely retarded children can get away with almost anything at school since they have the built in excuse of "their retarded". They are a danger to other students and if I'm not mistaken you can be 20+ and still be in highschool so adults with children. Also they screw over the people with disability since the special educators have to take care of all of them the worst ones get all the attention.
 

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Speaking from my own experience this tends to be a more common problem in smaller towns where there aren't really dedicated facilities to actually care for these people. Even in those cases I feel the mentally retarded should be segregated from both the general student body and even the special ed classes. If a student has autism or an actual learning disability, being shacked up with the actual tards is going to ensure that they A. Will never learn anything, tuning out at best or just becoming truant and B. Will probably develop serious self confidence issues for obvious reasons. Letting tards mingle with the general student body is just asking for disaster.
 

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Speaking from my own experience this tends to be a more common problem in smaller towns where there aren't really dedicated facilities to actually care for these people. Even in those cases I feel the mentally retarded should be segregated from both the general student body and even the special ed classes. If a student has autism or an actual learning disability, being shacked up with the actual tards is going to ensure that they A. Will never learn anything, tuning out at best or just becoming truant and B. Will probably develop serious self confidence issues for obvious reasons. Letting tards mingle with the general student body is just asking for disaster.
It's not necessarily the case.


I completely agree with the OP. Bullshit this idea of 'inclusion'. Inclusive for whom? The normal kids get freaked out by the tards throwing fits or publicly masturbating and the teachers are so pussy whipped that they can't do anything. Mainstream schools usually don't have the facilities needed to cope with 'special needs either. Everyone loses.

It would be great to be living in a world where common sense prevailed and kids with high needs could work with specialist teachers and get the attention they need without the detriment to others.

ESL students are treated worse than tards though, but in most cases they get targeted English language instruction.
 

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The high school I went to pretty much kept them sequestered in their own small building separate from the main school, only bringing them in for lunch and, I presume, gym class.
I always felt bad for their wranglers, they always sounded so tired and done with this shit.
 
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I got a D on a paper for supporting this position even though I met every requirement for an A on the rubric and interjecting my own experience as an actual autistic person. The prompt was should they be in the same classes that regular children take, if so/not, explain. Why even give me a choice if you're just going to automatically fail me for mentioning the fact that special needs children require more attention from people specialized to work with them, and not teachers who will simply act like they don't exist, and if you're going to make teachers get training for working with special needs children then pay them accordingly.
 

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What happened to LRE, least restricitve environment? How can a regular classroom be this for a major tard like what is being described? No way one wrangler and a teacher in a class of 30 distractions could make this ok for everybody. What monster of a parent would want their tard to be judged so harshly for so little gain? Schools are greedy for the federal IEP money and must be including severe tards. Parents beware. Nobody cares about your kid's education if you don't.
 
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In England this rarely happens as we have education support plans for students with special needs, which if they're that severe it pretty much guarantees them access to specific special needs schooling.

It's more of an issue for the lower level special needs kids who don't get picked up on and get little or no support in mainstream school. Honestly this is why when I was working flexible, I would always choose to work in specialist schools if possible, because working in mainstream just highlights how many kids get left behind :c
 

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This doesn't happen where I am, there are special tard schools for just this reason.

Sadly it works the other way too, my friend at school who has brittle bones but apart from that is completely normal and now works for a major film company got moved to the tard school from normal school because they were better equipped to deal with him.

He said it was 6 years of absolute hell, and he was lucky that he also got formal teaching off both his parents who were teachers so didn't get too far behind "normal" kids.
 

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There's certainly a case for it. In my hometown, they had (no idea if it's still a thing) these students go through the motions of taking the state standardized tests for educational benchmarks. The special education teachers talked among themselves about what a farce it was.
 
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