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Respect

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Respect is important because students and teachers should both respect one another. To get respect, you have to give it. If there is a lack of respect in a teacher/student relationship, the relationship more than likely will not be very good. If the Relationship is not good, the student’s school work could suffer. Not only is respect important in school, it is also important outside it as well. The same rules apply with other types of relationships you have in your life. Without respect, one or both people in the relationship will suffer.



By Carly, 17
Recorded at Jefferson-Morgan School District on October 31, 2012
Description:
Students were asked what respect means to them and respond why respect was important in school.



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