This is the stupidest thing you would expect from a group of children when they are all alone in a class and the teacher or teacher does not show up because they will certainly not sit and be silent, it would be a waste of time I think if the teacher is late, the children should be allowed to leave the classroom, it is the teacher`s responsibility, to arrive on time, and children should not be punished with boredom for teachers` delay. There should of course be rules if children were allowed to leave the classroom, as well as not to disturb other classes I also think that children are allowed to participate in another class so that they can not only learn responsibility and independence, but also give them time to think about their goals and what they really want to learn, let`s say that if they go to a class above them, she might be better prepared for the next school year and have a better chance than someone who just wasted their time doing nothing because the teacher didn`t show up and because they weren`t allowed to leave the classroom in public schools: these were actually quite heavy compared to, as my research on private schools was easy. If a teacher doesn`t show up after 15 minutes, let the school know and leave (I guess). I don`t know the answer definitively, which makes me sad. I think you can leave if you inform the school and you are in a position where you can drive a car (or if you have a getaway driver), safely. Ryan Smith thinks it`s wrong for students to leave the classroom when a teacher is late. “It`s an unwritten rule that people follow. I know that and I think the people who do it are stupid,” says the communications student. “It`s irresponsible to leave after 15 minutes.
If someone does that, it`s an excuse not to go to class. I had a teacher who was constantly late for class. He arrived late almost every day and was often more than 15 minutes late. Many of my classmates left class when they were more than 15 minutes late. When the teacher entered, about half of the students had already left after the 15 minutes, so he couldn`t teach a lesson that half of the class couldn`t hear. While it was annoying that I paid for a course that wasn`t taught, I think the students who left had the right to do so. It wasn`t their fault that the course wasn`t taught, it was the disrespectful teacher who arrived too late and thought his time was more valuable than that of his students. I think that`s actually a good rule, you shouldn`t expect students to wait longer than the 15 minutes they`ve already had to wait.
They should not be expected to wait for the entire duration of the course to see if the professor will show up. A student`s time is just as precious as a professor`s. The reason for this is that you save a little time, but there is a big risk. Suppose you leave after waiting 15 minutes. The teacher will arrive 5 minutes after your departure. You just lost 50 minutes of conversation. That is a considerable amount of time. Even though the manual mentions that you can leave if the teacher is late, I would be careful to do so.
When it comes to schools in the United States, there are many urban legends: ghosts wandering the hallways at night, graduating when a natural disaster destroys the school, and the dubious source of meat in your cafeteria. But I want to talk about one of them, because in my experience, it wasn`t an urban legend at all. According to the myth, if the teacher is 15 minutes late for class, you can leave. If they appear after 16 minutes, it does not matter: you can leave the class, without consequences. For a long time, I never considered this a myth because my university practiced a modified version of this rule. The policy was that if the teacher was late for more than 1/3 of the class time, we could leave. So we could leave for a one-hour class if the teacher didn`t show up after 20 minutes. If it was a 90-minute class, we could leave after 30 minutes. If it was a 2 hour class, we could leave in 40 minutes – you get the idea. I left after 20 minutes without a teacher.
What does it look like? I didn`t do anything wrong. On January 19, 2018, Redditor 2SmoothForYou submitted a message titled “We are legally allowed to leave if the teacher is 15 minutes late” to /r/teenagers (see below). This question is as old as the school itself. Should you bother waiting for your teacher to show up when he is 15 minutes late? After all, you have better things to do than wait for someone to show up. Since higher education is optional, attendance rules are much more lenient than those of primary and secondary schools. Colleges also have a mix of full-time and part-time students, and while primary and secondary students must spend their days in school, higher education students may have to work outside of their studies. So they may be upset waiting for a teacher who may never come. To avoid wasting time, these institutions allow their students to leave after a certain period of time. We had an outdoor school on a Friday and it was freezing cold outside. We waited 20 minutes before going home, called the manager twice and after another 45 minutes someone finally arrived. I was terminally ill that weekend.