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Respect

Tags: Community, Teacher Relationships

Respect is a requirement at Jefferson-Morgan, but half the time I don't see it. I can just walk down the hallways of the school, and just name the people who don't have respect for fellow students and teachers. It's not just students I see not having respect, it's sometimes the teachers. I'm not saying no one at the school is getting respect. Respect is given to student and teachers, just not as much as it should be given.



By Sadie, 12
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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