Buffalo Teachers Being Verbally Abused by Buffalo Students EXPOSED.
I often wonder what it is that causes kids to be monsters once they're away from their Parents. I can never put my finger on it when I'm out and about in public and see and hear a young person cussing, swearing, being disrespectful, and just acting a 'Damn Fool'.
Fast forward to the Classroom in Buffalo Schools (and probably all schools across this entire Country)...and you will find thats there's an unprecedented amount of disrespect and verbal abuse of Teachers by Students during and after school, according to a WGRZ News Story.
Here are some statistics in terms of the percentage of teachers in Buffalo Public Schools who say that students verbally abuse teachers, according to the WGRZ News Story :
- It's Reported that Verbal Abuse of Teachers by Buffalo Students is a Major problem in at least 20 Buffalo Public Schools.
- 83% of the Teachers at Douville Parker School in Buffalo say students are verbally abusive in their school.
- 83% of the Teachers at School #18 in Buffalo say students are verbally abusive in their school.
- 100% of the Teachers at North Park School in Buffalo say students are verbally abusive in their school.
- 83% of the Teachers at Bennet Montesori School in Buffalo say students are verbally abusive in their school.
- 93% of the Teachers at Burgard High School in Buffalo say students are verbally abusive in their school.
These stats are not only alarming but have also been hidden until now. However, the average person in the U.S. could have probably guessed that this is a major issue within most Schools across the U.S., due to the general attitude of young people these days, as well as the filthy lyrics in just about all music geared towards the younger generation these days....including songs by artists that are being rewarded for their works by Award shows like the Grammy Awards.,..enter Cardi B.
WATCH THIS LOCAL NEWS REPORT:
Phil Rumore, the president of the Buffalo Teachers Federation, confirmed that, "the number one concern of our teachers that I hear is the disruptive behavior of students", according to the WGRZ Report.
"We have these after school programs, when we have summer school programs and Saturday school programs through our community schools, working on the psycho, social and emotional development of our students," Cash said, "we're also providing mentors for students we're providing training for teachers in terms of trauma informed care."
To that I have to say ...Hmmmm...REALLY!!1??? That's all???? Well, what do you think the problem stems from and what do you think a good solution is?
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