I hate to even bring this up, lest Rob Benzie’s US counterparts get any ideas. Then again, if it can happen in the UK, it can certainly happen here. Benzie decided it would be great for the planet to turn off the heat in the school he runs on one of the coldest days of the year. This is utter insanity.
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Well, that’s not how Mr. Benzie sees things. According to the article, he called the “eco-day” a “successful experiment” and plans on doing it again in the future. Hey, why stop there, why not just send the kiddies to an Occupy encampment?
I don’t know much about British child welfare laws, but wouldn’t this be considered child abuse if the parents did it to kids at home?