Misconduct in public schools

Misconduct in public schools

There are 3 comments on the The Greenville News story from Mar 13, 2007, titled Misconduct in public schools. In it, The Greenville News reports that:

A teacher is accused of sexual misconduct in a Laurens County middle school, and some parents no doubt are questioning whether public schools can do more to protect children by preventing such incidents.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at The Greenville News.

Sarah

Greenville, SC

#1 Mar 14, 2007
I live in Laurens. I had children and now grandchildren in Laurens schools. I taught in school for many years. I do not see how the principal or other teachers could have known what the teachers at middle school or at the elementary school were doing. I have stayed after school many days until very late trying to get work done so it would not have to be taken home. Principals, teachers, staff, all gone, except occasionally another teacher and custodian. Principals cannot walk up and down the halls looking in rooms to see if teachers have students after school having sex. They have so much paperwork and some that is _"busywork"that the state requires to get done that cannot be done during school hours so must be done after school so they can eventually get home at a decent hour. There are many halls..many places to "hide" even in the room. And the students who have gone places with the teachers, not just school, the parents knew who they were with. The parents trusted the teacher, the school hired the teachers because they had no background of criminal behavior nor sexual misconduct, especially with students. These teachers are hurting the reputation of all teachers because of their actions. WHY do they want young boys? There are too many men their age in the town or nearby towns. Even if the teachers are unattractive, they can always find someone to go to bed with. Some people aren't choosy.
Rue

Senatobia, MS

#2 Mar 29, 2007
Its very simple, both women need to be placed in jail immediately and both should do several years in prison. There are so many men (both black and white) in prisons all over America for the same acts. Some of these men have served multiple decades in prison. Abuse is abuse, if justice is blind, then the people of Greenville,SC need to step up to the plate and do the right thing. Otherwise, I'm at the belief for South Carolinians believe that justice is justice only if it negatively impacts their white citizens.
lives near by

Auburn Hills, MI

#3 Apr 30, 2007
Rue wrote:
Its very simple, both women need to be placed in jail immediately and both should do several years in prison. There are so many men (both black and white) in prisons all over America for the same acts. Some of these men have served multiple decades in prison. Abuse is abuse, if justice is blind, then the people of Greenville,SC need to step up to the plate and do the right thing. Otherwise, I'm at the belief for South Carolinians believe that justice is justice only if it negatively impacts their white citizens.
SEX EDUCATION IS NOT A CRIME. GET A LIFE.

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