Bullying Teacher Uses Students To Help Him Assault 13 Year Old -- Gets Caught On Video, Doesn't Get FiredChris | InformationLiberation
Aug. 30, 2012
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Here's a perfect microcosm for the miserable failure that is American government run schools. While bullying is endlessly denounced, in my own experience I always found the biggest bullies of all to be the teachers, even the so-called "nice ones."
God forbid you get on their bad side or do something to anger them, I saw many a "nice" teacher flip out on the "bad" students, and it was at that point I realized they're not "nice" at all, they're just nice to the slaves that obey them.
In this story, the teacher led the bullying of a young boy, and after being caught on video doing it, the school administrator didn't even fire him, instead he chose to send him to another school to terrorize someone else!
This is an act of straight forward child abuse, yet the teacher is facing zero punishment and the administrator says he'll be fired "next time" he gets caught!
This is what passes for "public service" in America, and make no mistake these teachers and administrators are no doubt making double their private sector counterparts, despite not only doing a worse job, but being child abusers! To think anyone could defend such a miserable state of affairs and say these criminals are "not paid enough!" And don't dare tell me this is an "isolated incident," this is a common occurrence, this is just an extreme example of the bullying which teachers dish out to their students every day in government schools. I have friends who went to college to be teachers, they said they were taught to dominate the classrooms and how to "make examples out of students" to get them to submit to your authority. 'Reading, writing, and arithmetic' were just afterthoughts.
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