The new R’s in public education: Rapin’, Riotin’, Retaliatin’, Ravagin’, and Rampagin’.

New stats from NC DPI show that assaults on teachers and school personnel (by the little darlings, of course) in  Durham are sky-rocketing.  And to think that the SJW snowflakes who run that place are so fixated on racist tree canopies and further neutering the police.

DPI tracks the 16 “reportable offenses” — as shocking, if not more so, than  George Carlin’s Seven Dirty Words — by school, system, and county. 

Said offenses include: rape, kidnapping, sexual assault, and assault on school personnel. 

For 2015-2016,  here are some of the, um, “highlights”:

  • Alamance-Burlington Schools had 26 assaults on school personnel included in a total of 161 “reportable offenses” for the school year.
  • Buncome County Schools had 217 of these “reportable offenses.”
  • Cumberland County had 561 “reportable offenses” for the school year (incluiding 210 assaults on school personnel).
  • Guilford County had ONE rape and 95 assaults on school personnel included in a total of 616 “reportable offenses”.
  • Durham County had 383 reportable offenses that year — including 39 assaults on school personnel, 1 armed robbery, 1 sex offense, and 1 sex assault.
  • Charlotte-Mecklenburg had 1371 reportable offenses that year — including 301 assaults on school personnel, three armed robberies, one sex offense, and one sex assault.
  • Robeson County, regularly ranked as one of the most violent counties in the state, only had 210 reportable offenses that year.
  • Moore County only had 84 reportable incidents — including five assaults on school personnel, and one assault resulting in serious injury.
  • Wake County had 829 reportable incidents — including 46 assaults on school personnel, one burning of a school building, and nine sexual assaults. (Currituck County had two incidents where school buildings were burned.)

4 comments for “The new R’s in public education: Rapin’, Riotin’, Retaliatin’, Ravagin’, and Rampagin’.

  1. bonnie
    January 5, 2018 at 8:07 am

    NOTE THE STATISTICS INVOLVING MOORE COUNTY IN THE SCHOOLS REPORT!!!! ABSOLUTE DISGRACE IN FAILING TO EDUCATE FUTURE SELF-CONTROLLED KNOWLEDGEABLE CITIZENS!!!! SUGGEST WE RETURN TO OLD FASHIONED STATE WORK HOUSES WITH ENFORCED LEARNING AT NIGHT
    TO KEEP THESE LITTLE DARLINGS BUSY LEARNING SOMETHING USEFUL—LIKE HOW TO SHOVEL MANURE.

    Remember the days when chewing gum was one of the biggest offenses! Graduation took place, and we now produce thugs! Surely we couldn’t do worse by
    returning the Ten Commandments and prayer to our schools. And those offended can find their own education. It’s offensive to taxpayers to fund luxury
    schools of highly paid administrators who appear to be too politically correct to end unbelievable CRIMINAL behavior.
    bonnie dougherty

  2. The former Carolina Plott Hound
    January 5, 2018 at 11:48 am

    Not homeschools…

  3. PJ
    January 5, 2018 at 5:06 pm

    ‘From time to time’. . .oh that may have come from Mr. Jefferson.

  4. Paul Yeager
    January 6, 2018 at 10:49 am

    Want to fix it?

    Hold parents responsible for the behavior of their children.

    We are reaping the rewards of decades of “not my fault”.

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