Public Schools In Action: Teacher Refuses to Let Kindergartner Use Bathroom "During Test," Teacher Makes Her Sit In Her Own Excrement, Gives Her Trash Bag To Wrap Around Herself Afterward
Chris | InformationLiberation
Boy, public schools sure are essential services, what would we do without them?
In this story out of Missouri, a public schoolteacher refused to let a little 6-yr-old kindergarten girl go to the bathroom "during a test," the little girl embarrassingly relieved herself while in the classroom, and rather than clean up or take actions to fix the situation, the teacher made her sit in her own excrement for 15 minutes until the test was over, then handed her a garbage bag to wrap around herself.
This is the type of sh*tty service you get from government run slave-training centers schools, no pun intended.
WASHBURN, Mo. -- A mother is upset over over a classroom incident that left her kindergartner embarrassed. A 6-year-old girl had an accident in her classroom, and her parents are pushing for policy changes.
"They told me that the teacher had asked her to go to the restroom before testing time," said mother Lisa Skidmore.
Skidmore says asking a young child to go to the bathroom on demand is next to impossible.
"You can't do that to a 6-year-old."
[...]All the while, the little girl had to sit in the mess. No one bothered to clean her up, although a teacher did give her a trash bag to wrap around herself.
Read their full report here, the slave master teacher is facing zero punishment.
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