A 30 year-old high school teacher was recently suspended after blogs she had written about her students surfaced. In her blogs, the teacher described her students in a negative light and made taunting remarks about anything from their clothing to their future careers.
Students, parents, and the school’s administration were unhappy with the blogs and felt that they were unnecessarily cruel. The blogs did not mention students by name and the school had no policy on teachers using the Internet.
The woman is currently not in jeopardy of losing her teaching license, and she is fighting her suspension.
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