After the school made a big turn, the problem is still not solved Two days after the Taiwan Youth Democracy Association issued a letter of support, Chengyuan High School expressed through the media that it would respect students' opinions and voting results, and would also take this opportunity to educate students. From the author's point of view, the reason why the school turned around was only because of public opinion, not because it really felt that the students' opinions and voting results should be respected. The words of being educated not only stole the tofu of the students, but also larvae the students again. Democracy and freedom on Taiwanese campuses are often overlooked by everyone, but they truly affect
hundreds of thousands of students in Taiwan. There old picture restoration are still many things that need to be done on this road, and I hope Taiwanese society can pay more attention to it. This article is reproduced with permission from the New Citizens Council , the original text is published here Further reading The school is trembling at the expansion of student rights, and there are still four major dilemmas to be solved in the revised provisions of the University Law What's wrong with boys wearing skirts?
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