Teacher And Principal Threaten To Use Taser On 11-Year-Old Autistic Student — Then Record It And Share With Co-Workers! [VIDEO]
This story is especially heartbreaking.
An autistic 11-year-old student at Oaktree Elementary School in Goodrich, Mich. got his head stuck in a chair in his classroom.
This doesn't seem like such a HUGE deal until you hear about how I found out about this. Fifth grade teacher Nicole McVey RECORDED the incident on her cell phone, while asking the student, "Do you want to get tasered?" and then the principal comes in and says that it's NOT AN EMERGENCY.
Mind you, this is in front of the entire classroom, and then, to add insult to injury, McVey replayed the video in the class and forwarded the video to her co-workers at the school.
The Principal has since resigned, and the teacher is facing tenure charges and could be fired.
So here's my question: Should THIS teacher be fired? Call me up and #TellEmHowYouFeel!
If you missed it yesterday, another teacher got in trouble after her 5-year-old students were caught in the bathroom having sex. Check that story HERE!
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