Peter Gifford is a likable, dedicated schoolteacher that teaches a senior life skills class. When student Janet Sommers brings up the topic of sex and dating, he asks students to write questions on the topic, and will cover them in the next class. The parents get wind of what Gifford is about to do, notify the principal, and he warns Peter not to read the questions in class. Gifford decides to go against this and is suspended. The whole student body protests, and the administration gets worried on what to do. Written by
Never has youth gone on such a rampage... never has a motion picture gone so far in telling their raging story!
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The first time William Shatner enters the classroom, a microphone is visible at the top of the frame for a full ten seconds. See more
[refering to handbill about protest rally
In our own printshop! On our own presses! How could this happen?
Well like I said, we're understaffed. Not a bad little job, but the spacing could be a little better here...
You may go!
Referenced in Mommy's Day
Wait for Me
By Hal Borne
Sung by Kim Charney
(as Kimm Charney) See more