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Georgia officials revoked a teacher’s license after finding he exchanged sexual texts and naked photos with a female student and was involved in physical altercations with two others.
A central Florida teacher’s credentials were suspended after she was charged with battery for allegedly shoving and yelling at a 6-year-old student.
In Texas, a middle school math teacher lost his job and teaching license after he was caught on camera allegedly trying to meet a teenage boy in a sting set up by NBC’s nationally aired TV program To Catch a Predator.
All three of those teachers found their way back to the front of public school classrooms, simply by crossing state lines. They’re far from alone.
a reply to: ReadLeader
Holy crap. What in the # is wrong with our system? So just to paraphrase, apparently the background doesn't follow the teachers across state lines?
I don't have kiddos but this should scare the ship out of parents. I was never a fan of the public school system. This is just pathetic