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Philadelphia Teacher Turned Citizen Mission into a Joke

Nevirim Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 10:05 AM
What should be done, the Principle should call a special assembly that all the students and their parents could attend. The student and her family are reserved the front row. front and center before the stage. The Teacher is setting next to the Principle and then we get down to business. The Principle address the student body and the Parents that the actions of this teacher, regardless if it was a "joke," was grossly inappropriate and unconscionable. Her actions are a disgrace to the integrity of the School and the History of this nation. Her actions will put her on probation for a specified period of time, and she is to apologize to the girl and her family publicly and instruct the other students that her behavior was inappropriate and
Nevirim Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 10:08 AM
cont... a form of "bullying" over a difference of opinions. Instructing the students that the freedoms we have in the Constitution of this Land do not support her actions in any way. If she refuses to do this publicly, "Fire Her!"
Tired in Texas Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 4:59 PM
No principal would have the cojones to do this, and no school board would back him up.
The mission statement of Philadelphia's Charles Carroll High School, displayed prominently on its website, offers a hopeful vision of an educational institution:

“Providing all students with the academic, technological & social skills needed to be productive & contributing citizens in our society.”

This week, the specific mention of “social skills” and citizenship likely sounds like mockery to Charles Carroll sophomore Samantha Pawlucy and her family.

In an episode that has prompted national attention, Samantha was the victim of intimidation by her geometry teacher, Lynette Gaymon, who claims...