It is good Netiquette to tell a trusted advisor about things that make you uncomfortable. Do tell.
There are many things that can happen in a school setting that break the rules or laws. Cheating among students is common. Contact that is not appropriate between teachers and students is another. Proper protocol is to tell someone. A trusted advisor is an authority figure in good standing in the community who can help.
Teachers, students, and others break the rules and the law. When this happens, tell a trusted advisor. They can help you deal with it. Report crime. Sometimes a person may just need some good advice. Telling a trusted advisor is the right thing to do for teachers and students alike.
Tell a respectable person anytime something uncomfortable happens because their opinion is respected.
Published on May 15, 2015 | 0:31 Seconds | Science and Technology
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