Superintendent Bans Teachers From Saying ‘Please’ to Students + Here’s Why
What do you think about this move by a Superintendent in North Carolina?
Though many young kids are taught "please" is "the magic word," one school in Charlotte, North Carolina, actually asks its teachers to use the word as little as possible. Druid Hills Academy has implemented a technique called "no nonsense nurturing."
The new idea is "No-Nonsense Nurturing," where teachers give the kids concise, clear instructions in this new format the school district has called M.V.P. – movement, voice and participation.