School Retaliates Against Student for Reporting Teacher’s Inappropriate Sexual Comments During Class

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Today, we are reading about more and more cases in which schools retaliate against students for reporting the bad behavior of their teachers. In this case, the student reported her teacher’s inappropriate sexual remarks, talks, and actions in class to her students. As a result, the school viciously retaliated by banning her from attending her graduation ceremony.

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        • cheriewhite says:

          Absolutely 💯 No teacher should EVER have those kinds of discussions with children in her class. My chin nearly hit the floor when I read the article. The quoted comments she made to those kids and how awkward they felt. Whoa!

  1. 80smetalman says:

    I was once cautioned by my Head teacher not to tell pupils I was on an online dating site. Therefore, this is totally sick. I agree the student should sue. However, I know of a case where a teacher was stuck off for showing how bad it can be for substitute teachers.

    • cheriewhite says:

      It’s very disturbing and media does defend it which makes them just as guilty and lowdown as the perverts who push this garbage into our schools and our kids’ minds!

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  3. kagould17 says:

    What is wrong with people, 1st that they would be inappropriate in class, 2nd that they would not own it and 3rd that they would punish someone who called out their actions. The more things change, the more they stay the same.

  4. tugster says:

    The other side of the coin exists: students misreporting teachers’ behavior. I know of a case in Brooklyn of a student saying a teacher had fondled her. The teacher, from a foreign country recruited to fill chronic shortages in NYC schools, was taken out of school in handcuffs. Six months later the student confessed to have made the whole incident up. As with everything in life, situations can be complicated.

    • cheriewhite says:

      Unfortunately, that happens a lot. Especially with unruly kids who want to get back at someone for calling out their behavior. However, this case is different because there’s too much evidence. Just the same, it’s sad when innocent teachers get labeled in with the bad ones.

      • tugster says:

        Agree that that might happen a lot. This event occurred in a turbulent and troubled urban school that had three principals in three years. The state eventually dissolved the school and two new charters were created in that same space. Btw, it was a middle school.

  5. goodvibes40 says:

    I am going to say something controversial here but I think a lot of the really good, caring educators are gone now. Don’t get me wrong, there are still some good ones but the system has ran so many off. From teaching to the test, student behavior, parents, administration, state and national laws made by people who have never been educators, etc and low pay for our teachers, many have thrown in the towel and are doing other things. And on the issue of behavior, so many teachers can’t handle their students anymore, feel helpless, feel bullied themselves or in some cases can be bullies to the students. I don’t think schools are set up to address bullying well at all.

    • cheriewhite says:

      It’s not controversial at all. Because you’re right! The good teachers are run off because they make the bad teachers look like utter scumbags. So the bad teachers smear them and get rid of them then go on treating some of the students like garbage. It’s sad.

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