Thursday, November 17, 2011 9:18:21 AM
OK, that was wrong on both parts. That teacher should be held accountable...but that student should be as well. When I went to school, if you spoke back to the teacher in such a fashion you ended up suspended for a day...second infraction gave you 3 days...a third infraction and you were expelled.
Thursday, November 17, 2011 8:59:20 AM
My guess is he isn't special, but is so difficult to work with that he got kicked out of normal school. I got placed into all sorts of "second chance" programs because I was too bored to pay attention and skipped class instead.
So what I`m getting at is, he`s a troubled student who got stuck with actual special needs students, and he resents being considered the same.
Thursday, November 17, 2011 7:55:07 AM
@drawman61: It's bullying because he was using a position of authority to degrade him rather than do his proper job and then threatening to meet the kid after school and "kick his ass". You insensitive prick! Granted many kids now are obnoxious and rude, but this kid was trying to get a proper education without fear of intimidation and violence. Congratulations on providing further proof that uneducated imbeciles come from all generations, you egotistical f*ckstick!