I feel sorry for inner city teachers today. Not because they claim they are underpaid. They aren’t rock stars, thus shouldn’t be paid as such.
Teachers know the pay won’t be paid like doctors or good lawyers. However, I feel sorry for them because they must take on multiple roles.
Because of bad parents, teachers must be parents, babysitters, and disciplinarians. I know this first-hand, as my almost 10-year old attended an inner city school that is 66 percent black. You’d be shocked what kids grades 1-5 say and do.
For instance, a 3rd grader cursed his teacher out, calling her a “bitch.” In another example, a 3rd-grader actually fought with a male teacher. Can you imagine what these little hooligans will do when they get to middle school? High school?
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So when I hear that a teacher got fed up and went “jungle” on some kids, I understand it. That’s what happened to this white chick. She was fed up. So she figured she would communicate in the language of the animals.
The incident took place at Harlem Park Elementary/Middle School. Baltimore City Public Schools issued this statement:
“Yesterday a middle school science teacher at Harlem Park Elementary/Middle School engaged in verbally abusive behavior and made racially charged comments directed at students. The teacher involved in the incident is no longer employed by City Schools.”
The board did not identify the teacher, but she is clearly visible in this video.
The video, first posted on Facebook by Erica Esha Deminds, the mother of a student at the school, got over a million views and was widely shared on social media on Thursday.
Truth be told, I couldn’t be a teacher. No doubt I would drop-kick all the hooligans’ asses, and make no apologies for it.
The Department of Education and Leftists know these kids are incorrigible. Yet they do nothing. Many schools have a “no suspension” policy.
You can bet nothing significant happened to the kid the teacher kicked out of class. As it turns out, in wackademia, the worse a student’s behavior, the more he is coddled.