You PROSECUTE the person who performed this "experiment". Yeah, I know, poor naive teacher, I'm sure he/she feels awful. Well, boo-hoo. In my mind this is no different than if someone without a driver's license drove a bus full of preschool kids off an overpass. Houston has a chance to take stand and make a difference here, to be the vanguard of making people think about safety. And they will likely piss it away. Charge the teacher, let him/her cop it down to a misdemeanor, whatever, but PROSECUTE because that will make way more headlines and way more impact. I cite the prosecution of Patrick Harran in the death of Sheri Sangji as a powerful example.
On May 18, 2017, at 11:02 AM, Wilhelm, Monique <mwilhelm**At_Symbol_Here**UMFLINT.EDU> wrote:So, how do we more adequately reach all of these teachers and others who do not have enough training? What can WE do? Is there any way to reach out to national news outlets and get a piece done about this on occasion....like....say...now, after another major incident? Who has the authority to do this?
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University of Michigan - Flint
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