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By raiden - / Friday 17 August 2018 20:30 /
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By  Davros  |  12

well when you get back to class say the same thing about her. when they laugh and ask for proof ask why she didnt have to prove anything and demand the same action. Get your parents to back you up or theyll just screw you over even worse.

By  BurnInDemonFire  |  24

Tell your principal that you don't feel safe with your teacher. You'll either get a more competent teacher, or your current one will have the benefit of learning not to take everything at face value.

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By  BurnInDemonFire  |  24

Tell your principal that you don't feel safe with your teacher. You'll either get a more competent teacher, or your current one will have the benefit of learning not to take everything at face value.

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  interesting33  |  35

maybe. But a student saying they don't feel safe has to be taken seriously. I think it is good if the teacher moved them and investigated, bit good if that was all it took for a suspension. But we don't know the full story. I believe it is relatively hard to suspend someone. I'd want to know why she did not feel safe. She could have been lying or exaggerating, but there would have been an investigation. You don't suspend someone purely for someone saying g that with no evidence.

By  Davros  |  12

well when you get back to class say the same thing about her. when they laugh and ask for proof ask why she didnt have to prove anything and demand the same action. Get your parents to back you up or theyll just screw you over even worse.

By  routerere  |  10

You might want to check what if anything went on your permanent record because of this. Some schools put suspensions on the record and a brief explanation of the reason is given. You might want to check on that and possibly appeal it.

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