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Have students successfully petitionioned to fire a teacher/faculty member?
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Have students successfully petitionioned to fire a teacher/faculty member?

At my school, boys from Year 10 threatened to get my maths teacher fired and say that she was making out with a student when she was not. The boys failed to get her fired only because I told my Form Tutor and the Head of Maths. The boys left the school later on. I don't know why they tried to get her fired, but I think it's because just like some other students, they enjoy seeing my math teacher cry.

Poor math teacher.

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(This post was last modified: 02-07-2017 04:07 AM by Marlena403.)
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Have students successfully petitionioned to fire a teacher/faculty member? - Marlena403 - 02-07-2017 04:04 AM

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