In the United States, a substitute teacher was fired: he was accused of organizing fights among students. She also asked a student to stand at the door.
In the words of the police, the facts were “appalling and intolerable”. A 24-year-old substitute teacher has been fired for fighting between students in classrooms across the Atlantic coast of the United States. The facts happened at a school in Mesquite (Texas). According to our colleagues at CNN, authorities were alerted by a video captured by a student in the classroom. Footage shows a teacher asking a student to block the classroom to monitor him. She then arranges a showdown between the other two youths, to the shocked gaze of their companions.
The independent district of Mesquite – located twenty kilometers from Dallas – explains that it discovered the short film last Thursday, April 13. The school management then decided to conduct an investigation. “This substitute teacher encouraged students to fight during class, laid down rules for students to follow and even had a student watch the classroom door during fights.” Witnesses said several students came out of the classroom covered in blood.
“In Legal Proceedings”
According to the college administration, the substitute teacher was working in the institution only since March 6. He was immediately fired on April 13 after the videos shot by college students were brought to the attention of management. Management has also sent the images to the police: the teacher is exposing herself to “legal action” for “endangering a child”.
For its part, the Mesquite district wanted to condemn the “behavior” of “an individual entrusted to the supervision and care of our students”: “We share the horror that families and students must feel,” the district said. A statement.
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