This is one reason I couldn't teach anymore. Our school policy was that "fighting"was never allowed, not even in self defense. When I had playground duty I did not enforce this nonsense. I stopped fights but I didn't turn in the kids who were defending themselves from bullies. Teachers can't be everywhere. I told some parents at parent teacher conferences that their kids needed to stop being such p****ies and stand up for themselves. If they got suspended as a result , so what? Big deal.
My brother remarried late in life and had a son when he was already in his fifties. As a former Marine and a retired cop, he did not buy the flower drum song. He taught his son to stand up for himself. When his boy did, the school suspended him. My brother went to see the school principal, told him his boy had done exactly what he was supposed to do, and that he and his son were going fishing on the boat during the weeks suspension. He laughed in the pompous prigs face.
But the avowed goal of many in the education hierarchy is the emasculation of males. By and large, this business in the video is how they do it.
Here is the principals email address: email@example.com
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE: September 24th, 2015 MEDIA CONTACT: Alyssa Griffiths, Public Information Coordinator Huntington Beach, CA: On September 23rd, 2015, Huntington Beach High School leaders responded to an incident that occurred on campus during lunch. Shortly following this incident, a video of the event began circulating via various social media outlets. The school is now responding to this isolated incident by interviewing students and witnesses to determine exactly what happened. Additionally, the school is working with local authorities to define the appropriate actions necessary once all of the information is collected. Huntington Beach High School firmly believes that all students are afforded an opportunity to learn in a safe and secure environment. Because of this, safety is the highest priority. Huntington Beach High School has a very strong anti-bullying code of conduct and will not condone this type of behavior from any student.
From the Huntington Beach High School web page