Im currently studying right now
expelling student won't help in addressing the main problem of a certain student
as a teacher you must be careful on every decisions that you'll make. I advice you to take preliminary investigation to address the need of the student so that you could better cater to their needs. Remember we are here to serve and restore the almost obscure image of God to our dear students. God bless
I'm agree to what xander said.
I am currently pursuing a degree where I will be dealing with elementary students. The reason why education majors taking Guidance and Counseling subject is to learn a skill how to deal with different kind of students with different personalities. Expelling a student is not a right choice in disciplining ones student. The administrators with the Guidance Personnel and Staff can do a series of intervention to prevent students bad personalities. But then in some other points schools are bound with rules and regulations and if one committed a crime against the law then he/she should suffer to the consequences of it.
If the he/she needed to be expelled then let it me because we meant rules.
But I think expelling a student is when we arrive to the win to win decision, worst to worst situation. Expelling comes as a last option.