Absolutely inappropriate to lower ones self to that level. The
AP needs some sensitivity training at the least to go along
with a stern slap on the wrist
. Let us know how it turns out!
On 1/22/15, Whistler wrote:
> The AP acted in appropriately because he may only have
> intimidation in his bag of discipline tricks. An
> should be dispassionate, firm, and low-key when disciplining,
> focusing on the behavior not the student nor his character.
> Insulting a student is intimidation and bullying.
> This person should be disciplined. Look to your district's
> personnel discipline policy for the level of discipline
> teacher would be held to the same standard. NO adult
> employee may sexually harass a student or any other person
> without consequences.
> If you witnessed this event, you can report it to the the
> On 1/20/15, Concerned wrote:
>> The following incident took place yesterday in our local
>> high school between a male student and a male assistant
>> The student had been removed from a classroom by two
>> deans due to insubordination to the teacher.
>> The student was brought to the Dean's Office, where the
>> issue was addressed.
>> Then, an assistant principal requested to speak to the
>> The student went into the AP's office, but then shortly
>> left, quite agitated and angry.
>> He had been told to return to the Dean's Office, but he
>> A male dean stepped out into the hall, spoke to the student,
>> told him to follow him back to the Dean's Office, and the
>> student complied.
>> However, the AP stepped out into the hallway, and the
>> student turned to him and said, "Suck my d**k!"
>> The AP answered back, and asked the student, "Are you gay?"
>> And then the student, in turn, asked, "Are you saying to me
>> that I'm gay?"
>> The AP replied, "Yes, you are gay because you want
>> to suck your d**k!"
>> At that point, the male dean told the student, "Get inside
>> the room," and the student complied.
>> Why do you think the AP acted inappropriately when he said
>> the above to the student?
>> Do you feel that the AP should be formally disciplined for
>> having made those remarks?
>> What do you think would happen if a male teacher were to
>> have made those remarks to a male student?
>> In general, how does your school or district administration
>> handle inappropriate remarks being made by students and
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