Schools can be pretty hectic.
Especially public schools. I mean, there was that one time when the school needlessly dress-coded a young girl. But besides that, there are countless cases of unfairness and double standards. So when a little kid comes along that can put all the nay-sayers in place, the internet fawns over it.
This week’s little kid is one Ava Morrison-Bell. Ava is an 11-year old girl from the UK who was asked a very simple question.
What can the teacher(s) do better?
Her response is not only accurate but held up by factual evidence.
The father tweeted the image
Not use collective punishment as it is not fair on the many people who did nothing and under the 1949 Geneva Convention, it is a war crime
The father, and all of his followers, were taken aback by her statement.
He captioned the image:
Ava certainly isn’t someone who hates school or her teacher. It’s just that she has some very important input to give.
The Twitterverse is having a field day. After all, she gave the necessary and appropriate answer that they asked of her.
She’s definitely a lawyer in the making.
Give her some ice-cream, Cross!
Definitely, give her some ice-cream.
People are more than willing to fund her years’ supply of dairy goodness.
Better yet, step your game up and buy her an entire parlour!
She should have the Geneva Convention framed up on her bed.
But the real question is… Did she get the ice-cream?
What do you think? Do you side with the teacher or the school? As someone who went through a multitude of military schools, I think they could all learn a little something from Ava.