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Re: “The Method of King Jorge

The teachers were worse than the principal. It was a situation where ignorance bred a cycle of abuse. Teachers, parents, and the community - those charged with protecting and caring for their children willingly engaged in it. In fact they often boasted how proud they were of how "real" the school was and how their children were finally getting what they needed from a school.....authority. Yes I'm with you, "authority" was a thing disguise for emotional, and psychological abuse. There was a serious lack of personal responsibility among the staff - in fact they are still acting that way today. I came across one the other day. He now works at Santa Fe Elementary. Some how they find school that function just like the one described above. He is still yelling, demeaning, and intimidating children. However this time they are even younger and it's at a public school instead.

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Posted by Teacher123 on 02/18/2011 at 6:21 AM

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