I’m outraged right now. I just read an article concerning a teacher in southern Kansas.
Parents are allowed to enroll their daughters into an online class because they don’t want their daughter in a class with a certain teacher. I understand that. I’m glad that the school district is allowing them to do this.
HOWEVER, when does the district fire someone? In 2006 a complaint on the teacher happened. It went to the county and got lost?!?!?!?!? Really? How does that happen?
In December 2010 AND January 2011 two other complaints come in for the same behavior and all that is sent is a letter?
I think the school board needs to take different “appropriate” disciplinary actions.
The board went into executive session, came back and voted to let students take classes on-line instead of the teacher’s classroom. “We’re doing everything we can to provide the safest environment,” the superintendent said.
When did taking the class online become the safest environment? Shouldn’t the safest environment include the teacher not being in the building at all?