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Update On Goodrich School Story..Local Parents Speak Out [VIDEO]

Local parents reaction to the story about the 11-year old autistic child who got his head stuck in a classroom chair but instead of helping, the teacher recorded it.

Yesterday we told you about the incident involving a ten-year-old boy from Oaktree Elementary In Goodrich. The entire story is here. I found some reaction from some parents who have children that go to school in that district. At a school board meeting Monday night, parents rallied behind her.

I found that to be very interesting.  The teacher is on paid administrative leave while private tenure hearings debating her future take place. Here’s a statement feom Goodrich Superintendent Scott Bogner: Under Michigan’s tenure law, that teacher has a right to a private hearing of any charges against her.  The district is obligated to respect that right and will not discuss specifics of this case.

See parent support in the video.
WNEM TV 5

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