I agree with the school, what this teacher did was totally wrong. As a teacher, going into class you should know that not every student you have will be perfect. Her being suspended with pay is wrong, she talked about her students in a very negative way, and now she’s getting paid for it. My 7th grade teacher came back one day after being absent and he heard stories from the teacher across the hall that we were “miss behaving”. Well he took that to the extreme and took a bat out of his closet that he had in there and wailed it on the empty desk in front of him. He was out of control but because it was so close to the end of the school year and he was retiring that year, the school gave him a paid suspension and he came back three days later. The whole point of that was, I don’t think schools take teachers actions seriously enough, and to hear the kind of treatment that this woman is given, shows me that they are starting to care.
I plan on taking this information into the future with me, so I can remember what consequences you get when you don’t pay attention to what you post online. Sometimes life may give you tough challenges but posting your opinion of those challenges in such a way that it offends people online, just isn’t the correct way to go. I don’t care how tough it is, you shouldn’t say you hate anyone especially the people you signed up to see everyday. It was your own fault that you were there so don’t blame the students. You receive consequences for your actions, and that was one action that is in desperate need of a consequence.
Disengage 1: release from something that holds fast.
redeeming 2: compensating for some fault or defect;