Giving a band-aid to a student is legally considered giving medical attention and that makes the teacher both liable and also practicing outside their scope. The issue unfortunately might be clearer if the student got an infection or the injury was serious enough that they should have had medical attention by a health care provider.
because teachers suck
That really isn't ethical.
it depends on your school. some charter schools DO assign students hw, but most don't.
Bandaids are helpful because they give vitamins to your skin. If a bandaid doesnt have vitamins in it, it is just protecting it. I think.
If The Teachers Push You Really And Make you stay after school to do work.
School is about learning and studying the wok the teachers gave. School is very important to the students because it helps them learn and know good habits. The teachers give homework to the student. They give homework because will they know how to be responsible. School is very important.
coz some teachers are twats
In Sweden, school teachers give students $60 for coming to school on time. But I think that should not happen here. So no.
Worksheets, Textbook pages, notes, homework, etc.
The facility in the school is made up of teachers.
The teachers generally give you their own supplies list after school starts.