In our previous reports, we have witnessed how a teacher bullied and humiliated her student by writing a comment on his test paper that intended to insult the kid for his low score.
And recently, a teacher in Paso Robles just break the news for posting a social media story for an alleged suicide encouragement when the teacher saw conservative students waving the ‘Let’s Go, Brandon!’ flag on veterans day.
Which means, F*** JOE BIDEN.
She said in a video, “you can go jump off a bridge.”
This is a teacher in Paso Robles, CA school district, telling Conservative Club kids to “jump off a bridge.” We don’t need this trash teaching our children. Retweet and share her ignorance. pic.twitter.com/fgfhoGhp5R
— Mayhem337 CMR (@ChadRickard) November 15, 2021
But later on, maybe she remorse what she said for the troubles that she will receive and immediately attempted to change her remarks.
“‘I’m going to post what they thought was a great show of support for the veterans, who I’m pretty sure would be offended by what they did on the school campus. And had the LGBTQ population done that or the black or the Hispanic community members, we would have had our asses chewed out.”
With the teachers’ act of negligence, the school responded with the most undoubtedly the correct response by initiating two simultaneous investigations between the teacher and the students.
News Hour First reported:
The school district has launched two simultaneous investigations. One is directed towards Usilton and the other is focused on the conservative students who allegedly waved the banner in question.
This is undoubtedly the correct response from the district so far. The superintendent has already stressed that posting negative remarks about students on social media is entirely inappropriate for a teacher.
He also pointed out that a school campus, particularly on Veteran’s Day, should be treated with a basic degree of professionalism and decorum by both students and teachers.
Despite all that, we should consider how this teacher teaches her students this kind of behavior.
Source: News Hour First