Just remember: children's rights are trampled on every day in every way. The first thing a child learns is that its opinions and feelings don't matter at all when someone is stronger and older than them- Might Makes Right is the very first thing they learn that leaves an impression.
When asked what the teacher could do better, she specifically went after her teacher's use of “collective” (class-wide) punishment and backed it up with historical data.
“Not use collective punishment as it is not fair on the many people who did nothing and under the 1949 Geneva Conventions it is a war crime,” she wrote.
Her dad, writer Mason Cross, explained that while his daughter loves her teacher, she's just too smart for her age — and her own good.
Regardless of war crime accusations, Twitter was firmly in the “give the girl ice cream” camp.