Nothing wrong with 'partying', I just don't think you need to take illegal drugs to 'party'.
Anyone else is total shock at this thread?
I'm hoping this is the usual 'bubhub does not represent the majority' thread we so often see. I'm shocked that some people think illegal drugs are not only acceptable but that users remain unaffected by them afterwards.
ETA to answer the OP, I wouldn't care about the hook up, how much sex someone has doesn't have any bearing on their ability to teach (though some might argue that more sex makes her a happier teacher!). I would be concerned about her drug use though, but wouldn't report it to the school unless I was seeing negative things in my own child which may be a result / consequence of poor teaching.
Last edited by JR03; 21-07-2015 at 06:27.
I hope people are holding other professions to the same standard.
I know many doctors, especially specialists, as well as other medical professionals that behave far worse. Yet no one seems to be condemning them.
What anyone does in their private time is not an indication of their professional capacity
The thing is, it's a slippery slope when you start talking about a moral compass. Some people believe it's immoral to be gay, or to be a meat eater, or to vote Liberal, or to buy clothes from Kmart, or to have a baby out of wedlock, or to spread gossip.
Teachers have a duty of care to students while they are in their care. In theory, that's where their job ends. That's what I was basing my response on.
But the illegal drug taking? I have continued to read along and I'm surprised how taking illegal drugs is deemed okay.
They're illegal for a reason.
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