My 13-year-old son had a substitute teacher last week in Science class. She glance over and saw he and another boy working together. She assumed they were cheating, and ripped the other boy's paper into pieces. When the other boy started to cry, she apologized and went to her desk and taped back up the shredded paper and handed it back to the boy.
As she was walking back to the boys' desk to hand him his shedded, now taped-back-up paper, the class was laughing. As she was walking back to her desk, my son said under his breath (but loud enough for her to hear him and get detention) "What a Dumb-Ass!"
Answer by Sheila1970 at 12:18 PM on Dec. 9, 2009
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Yup it is justified.My child would not be happy once he got home.The teacher was wrong but that is a separate issue.
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