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May 18, 1973 - Image 5

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Friday, May 18, 1-973

THE SUMMER DAILY

Page Five

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Alternate
fschool
proposed.
(Continued from Page 3)
Those who have not been able
to improve io spite of extra help
will be "helped toward an area
of vocational training rather than
academic training," so they will
leave school with a marketable
skill.
WARNER SEES his plan as an.
alternative to the present situa-
tion where a student is repeatedly
suspended until he gets tired of
it and quits. Without .a diploma
or a skill, the dropout may end
op on welfare or in prison, ac-
cording to Warner.
"Let's try to help these kids
so we don't have to continue to
pay the price for the next 60
years," he says.
The plan has been received
with skepticism and outright con-
demnation from more liberal ele-
ments of the community. Wendy
Wilson, student representative on
the school board called it "a
lousy idea" which is "not going
to help anything."
Larry Stewart, president of the
Teachers Association, feels the
plan "doesn't make much sense"
considering recent school board
action cutting allocations for
counsellors, socialworkers and
special education teachers.
Taken as a whole, school board
actions seem to reflect "a shift
from prevention to punishment of
offenders," according to Larry
Stewart.
AT THIS TIME, a "wait and
see" attitude seems to prevail-
at least until the detailed plan
is ready on July 1.
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One Step Beyond
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posed the alternate school for
"disruptive" students.

Formulating the plan will be
"a hell of an assignment," 4c-
cording to Bill Stewart. "At first
glance, it seems to be a negative
thing. But it doesn't really have
to be that way."
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