My 4th grade son's teacher has students in her class massage her back/shoulders in class. She doesn't ask, she just calls a students name and tells them to massage her shoulders or back or even scratch her back all over. This teacher is a "screamer" and I feel that the students may be intimidated to tell her no or even tell their parents. What to do, is this illegal?Answer Question
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Oh. Hell. No. Very inappropriate. OMG. I would be at that school the first day back and would tell my child to say NO. Then, if my child got in trouble for telling a teacher no to that request, i would be calling the school board!
And i would discuss the 'screamer' thing with the principal too. It's not appropriate for any adult to be screaming at children. I understand raising your voice when needed, but screaming is disrespectful.
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