Some parents don't give a happy d@mn about correcting their kid's behavior and when the kid's finally punished, it's ALWAYS someone else's fault.
If the mother was interested in the kid's schooling, she'd have made it a point to know each of her child's teachers and made sure they connect her face with her child.
posted on 12/21/2005 12:32:40 PM PST
(He who always is looking up seldom finds others' lost change.)
The student who was "assaulted" is a kid who is in trouble quite a bit. He does not listen to anyone and likes to threaten other students. Now that this incident has happened, it has empowered him. He thinks he is untouchable. What the teacher did was a mistake in judgement. I know that. But one mistake in 18 years? As a teacher I give my students several chances. I really believe that this is not about the assault, but about how much the parents will be able to sue the school district. You watch, the district will not stand behind this teacher.
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