Regardless of whether the people involved are male or female,
admin, teacher, or other staff, the scenario described is
highly inappropriate. Gender and job position aren't
relevant... inappropriate behavior is inappropriate behavior.
The questions asked in this post sound quite a bit like the
type of scenario often presented in admin courses as
assignments; is this true? If it's a real event, how do you
know about it, and what happened as a result?
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 female
> 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 me
> 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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