and i'll defend her and say that her heightened emotional response is likely based in a loooong history of being fricked with. i'm not excusing her behavior, but we only get to see 10 minutes of this when there is likely hours of exchanges between them
I don't care about the history of her being messed with. A thousand hours of disrespect from a child doesn't justify a single second of political bias in the classroom as far as I'm concerned. These are two different kinds of wrongs and the former sure as hell doesn't justify the latter.
Clearly she is severely emotionally attached to this issue, as are most educators who find themselves in these predicaments. I think a lack of bias inside the four walls of purity we call the classroom should be given greater emphasis in the education curriculum. But I guess that would require a bunch of biased academicians to put their biases aside
This post was edited on 5/20 at 12:35 pm