- regina zhou
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Is it fair to review a problem just by what it is? Is it easy to see things separate?
In recent episodes of “pretty little liars”, a teacher was accused of showing favoritism to some student by altering her grade.
The teacher is a mother of the student’s good friend, knowing that this girl has been through a lot. And if she fail on this test, this girl is gonna go through the 11th grade all over again. Since the teacher has been through a lot lately, her protective instincts overdrove. So she completed the test for the girl, and helped her out.
Is this a stupid, short-sighted thing or a bold but human thing? And it is fair to see things by what it is?