A viral video shows an Alabama high school teacher mocking one of her students.
The incident took place at Jefferson Davis High School in Montgomery County public schools. The video was uploaded to Snapchat.
“This teacher still teaching one student,” the teacher said.
The teacher continued: “Get that lesson. You the only one. Get that lesson. That’s what happens when n***as be thinking you be playing. See this teacher’s good. Y’all know me, I’m petty. Hell no, he would be getting’ this at summer school. Twenty days, four weeks.”
She then walked to the student and removed his green hoodie from his face. “Aw, don’t be ashamed now. Cause you weren’t ashamed during the school year. We need to put this on your Snap(chat) so all your friends can see.”
The Montgomery County schools spokesman Tom Salter said in a statement:
“After viewing what appears to be glaringly unprofessional actions by a teacher recording and posting this video (and possibly other MPS employees in the room), the system is launching an investigation into the matter. The actions on the video do not represent the policies of MPS or what is expected from a Montgomery Public Schools educator. After the investigation is over, appropriate and necessary actions will be taken against anyone found to have violated MPS policies.”
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