Louisiana Students Must Address Teachers As Sir Or Ma'am

July 1999
Jet;07/26/99, Vol. 96 Issue 8, p20
Reports that Louisiana Governor Mike Foster signed a bill in 1999 that will order students to call their teachers ma'am or sir. Disciplinary action for students who do not properly address all adults; How the bill will make students show respect to teachers; How the law will be applied.


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