The Incontiguous Brick

August 6, 2007

The other extreme

Filed under: Our World,School — iknowkeith @ 9:36 pm

Think you went to a tough school?

You’ve seen the movies like “The Principal” and “Lean on Me” and you thought, “I wish real teachers were tough like that.” Maybe the country would be better off if teachers weren’t so soft. Ever think your kid needs some discipline and the teacher is the one to do it?

Here is your chance to make things better for your misbehaving kid. Send them to school in India!

20070323002304001.jpgA student in India was beaten to death by his teacher during class. For the unforgivable infraction of talking during class, the teacher caned the boy until he (the teacher) was tired. The boy died hours later after sufferring fractured leg and hip bones, spinal injuries and internal bleeding of vital organs.

This is the second time this week a teacher has beaten a student to death in India. The first was for the heinous infraction of sitting with legs outstreached. Good thing the children were not chewing gum too, the teacher might have killed their families as well!

Talk about a tough school. The school authorities have suspended the teacher as well as the principal who has been found guilty of not providing immediate medical attention to the boy. Mind you, they were not suspended for the beating, because that is apparently okay.

1 Comment »

  1. That makes me sick, sick, sick. Nobody better EVER lay a finger on my kid.

    Comment by Poem — August 7, 2007 @ 9:25 am | Reply


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