Viktor Lescenia Posted over 2 years ago Pepper Spray in Schools, used by Security Guards. Good or Bad? Now I myself wasn't a good student, I would always get in trouble for doing silly stuff at school and the school authorities would always try to punish me and show their dominance which made rebel even more. By the 10th grade, the school advised me to transfer to another school or I would simply get kicked out. What I did instead was apply to a school in Denmark, since I knew they were much more liberal. I got accepted and now I am in my final year of IB diploma. I have absolutely no trouble with school staff, I am also the IB president and earn money to support myself by tutoring other kids. So my point is that forcing authority is never fruitful. Best case scenario you will get a bunch of no opinion zombie graduates. And if there is a problem of violence at school chances are teachers are one of the factors causing the problem. Anyone can beat a child for misbehaving,that doesn't take any education. However listening to them, letting them open up and express themselves now that takes a good teacher and a professional school.