FoxNews is horrified that some schools are denying your precious snowflake's right to a lollipop as an academic performance bribe....
From FoxNews -- Schools have cut out junk food and sweets from their vending machines, cafeterias and birthday parties. One Franklin County district's leader is taking it a step further.
Bexley Superintendent Michael Johnson recently told staff members to consider an alternative to candy when rewarding or motivating students.
"It's common enough that I've been hearing complaints about it, kids coming home with three or four lollipops in their mouths at the same time," he said.
I'm sorry, but if your fat, dumb kid can't add 4 to 3 without being given candy as an incentive, then perhaps you aren't the terrific parent you think you are. This is why the US ranks near the bottom in every academic category. Mollycoddling and self-esteem stroking.
There's no place in school for birthday parties, lollipops, or cupcakes. School is for competitive learning where failing grades result in failure and self-esteem is earned not awarded.