As I was driving home from the Kansas City airport last night, I had on the best of Sean Hannity. One of his guests made the statement that parents had no business educating children. It was something that was best left up to professionals, like this woman:
The mother of a six-year-old boy is furious his school isn’t filing criminal charges against a teacher who she says instructed students to take turns hitting her son for being a “bully.”
“I’m concerned that this teacher is going to be back in the school system and teaching other children,” Amy Neely, of San Antonio, Texas, told local TV station KENS 5.
Last month, a teacher accused her son Aiden, a kindergarten student at Ricardo Salinas Elementary, of being “a bully in her classroom,” according to the San Antonio Express-News. The teacher approached another teacher for advice, and the second teacher reportedly took Aiden into her own classroom, where she told him to sit in a chair and ordered her students to line up and slap him.
“Hit him! Hit him harder,” the teacher, who had not been named, said, according to a report file with the Judson Independent School District.
“Twenty-four of those kids hit him and he said that most of them hit him twice,” Neely told KENS 5. “He said that he had friends in that classroom and they didn’t want to hit him, but she instructed them to hit him.”
Here’s some logic for you. In order to deal with a bully, a teacher forces students to engage in a violent act against their will.
And the 6 year old is the bully?
Remember, this woman is a trained professional. She has been educated in the ways to teach your child. She’s far more capable of helping your child learn than you are.
After all, she’s been certified by the state as a “teacher.”