Vecer on the Expulsion of Three Students Accused of Torturing Cats

The decision of the teachers' assembly of the Kranj Secondary School to suspend three students who are accused of systematically torturing and killing 42 cats is questionable. The suitability of this decision is not only questioned by the parents, but also by some of the teachers. Even the headmaster of the school expressed that he is aware, that by the rules, the students should not have been expelled. The school left the decision, on whether it acted correctly or not, to be made by other institutions. Saturday's Vecer questions why the school did not seek assistance from the Institute for Criminology at the Faculty of Law, the advisory council for children, youth and parents, the Ministry for Education or the school inspectorate before handing down the decision. It adds that the decision to act on ones own in such a case is foolish.

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