I am a Ohio State University, education degree graduate.I have worked in public and private schools in three states.
I when to work for them, eight months ago and was just falsely accused of "Abandoning a child", threatened with the school calling in the state agencies for this falsely alleged crime against me and when I tried to defend myself against such outrageous charges, was cruelly dressed down and terminated the next day. The situation was: I was on recess duty with another teacher. One little boy had an accident and needed to change his clothes and another needed to have his temperature taken. I walked the first child with his change of clothes into the boy's RR in the classroom, then took the sick child to the office to have ear thermometer take his temp.
Literally a total of less than two minutes to accomplish that thermometer reading and return to class. Came back to the room, talked to the boy in the RR if he needed any assistance, which he didn't, waited with the other child and until he out four or five minutes later, took both children to the playground. To twist this incident to ABANDONING A CHILD is so distorted, so caustically motivated that it has been a traumatic incident. During the first raking over the coals which had reduced me to tears, the "administrator" asked, "Do you want a hug...You are a fabulous teacher, the children love you, the parents love you." How disgusting to say that to someone you were falsely accusing of a crime!
I was forced to write "Your version" during that first emotional attack, next to impossible to do under the circumstances, and when I went in the next day with a properly prepared statement the "owner" refused to even look at it, coldly stating it would be put in my file. When I read their "version" it was so full of known lies, such as I had left the child in the classroom alone, was gone out of the classroom for over five minutes with the child for the temperature check, that it has caused me further distress that anyone would treat anyone like this. I have heard that as many as 11 workers have left due to such abusive episodes. I know I witnessed an amazing turn over of teachers and others, especially since there are only about thirty five employees.
I would highy sugges other learn from my sad, abusive experience and look elsewhere for employment with children.
I also saw strong incidents of favoritism where the rules don't apply to those who are favored by the administrators.
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