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#1 posted 09-17-2012 04:33 PM

You’ve got a point there, Mike. But I think we can’t directly take the blame on the parent’s lack of proper parenting, though the parents may have a little share for the blame. The teacher, IMHO, should’ve the bigger part of the blame because he’s the very person who has the direct authority inside the shop. He knows the machines best than the students nor the parents. I am thinking now, maybe because of his 29 years of teaching and have not experienced any tragedy before in his hands, he was confident enough nothing would happen like the past 28 years of his teaching career.

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