As far as I can tell there hasn't been much of a need, outside rising technology sectors, for more laws regardless.
If our government enforced the laws on the books we wouldn't have to waste so much money as it is. Ex: In the 80's they passed a multitude of laws concerning female assaults and violence. However, the laws had no effect on the crime rates.
But I spose I'm being silly. The bureaucracy must expand to meet the ever expanding needs of the bureaucracy!
I think wow's first sentence was merely poorly written as to convey meaning rather than implying how it reads, John.
I THINK he meant that once a student leaves the classroom there is no need to have private communication with a teacher. I don't think he was intending to say that once a student has left school and graduated that they shouldn't do this as well...though admittedly that is how I read it at first too.
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