I almost forgot the multiple choice crap here in the States. back in my times in bean land when taking a test our back packs where to be left out of the classroom you where allowed your pencil eraser and three to five white papers nothing else the teacher would walk around the classroom and if one were caught looking at the next kid answers, One would be pulled out of the classroom by the ear or hair, given a F and not allowed in the classroom or school until the teacher talked to the parents.Can I have those questions in Multiple Choice Please..?
You do that here, just scratch taking kids out by the hair or ear that was insane even then. Just have a teacher discipline a child now a days. just to take him out of the classroom could be grounds for a law suit. "denying the child the right to be educated"
If They are sent to the principles office, a few years back, at least they made them read a book while they where there, Now the only thing the do is text the homies and show the middle finger to the principle nothing they can do; if the principle gets strict, "verbal abuse claims pop up like Mexicans at the border"
All this youngsters grow with the idea that they have no rights but privileges and the power they once had over a teacher or instructor or even their parents in some cases, attempt to translate it against their bosses and show the same irresponsible behavior it's become a life style that has to be accepted by all members of society or pay the consequences. A few years back late 90's the boss had still the chance to get rid of them and hire the next one. Not anymore, now, the boss has to feed them for full year when he fires them if they so choose to sit on their ass for that long which they do in most cases, Don't forget the drunk useless ones. the boss has to pay for the rehab expenses which in most cases never works, the drunk attends just enough sessions to get out of the situation and later goes back to the bottle or finds a way to get compensated for whatever other excuse.
It all starts at childhood.