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Topic - Natalie Munroe
It will be "impossible" for a suburban Philadelphia teacher suspended for blogging derogatory comments about her students to return to the district after her maternity leave, the district superintendent said.
A high school English teacher in suburban Philadelphia who was suspended for a profanity-laced blog in which she called her young charges "disengaged, lazy whiners" is driving a debate by daring to ask: Why are today's students unmotivated _ and what's wrong with calling them out?
A high school English teacher in suburban Philadelphia who was suspended for a profanity-laced blog in which she called her young charges "disengaged, lazy whiners" is driving a sensation by daring to ask: Why are today's students unmotivated — and what's wrong with calling them out?
The blog has been taken down, but Munroe has said she stands by her comments.
Mrs. Munroe pointed out that she also said positive things, but she acknowledges that she did write some things out of frustration, and of a feeling that many youngsters today are being given a free pass at school and at home.