Teacher whips student to break classroom fight

According to reports, the four boys started fighting in class which led the substitute teacher to hit them with his belt. One of the boys can be heard screaming when the belt hit him.

 

A substitute teacher from Prince George’s County, Md. who used his belt to hit four students from Gwynn Park Middle School who were fighting in his class has been suspended.

The video of him beating  a student appeared on the Internet some days ago which led to his suspension.

According to reports, the four boys started fighting in class which led the substitute teacher to hit them with his belt. One of the boys can be heard screaming when the belt hit him.

“On Friday, May 15, a substitute teacher used improper actions to discipline students while in one of our classes at Gwynn Park Middle School. The substitute teacher has been removed from the classroom and the matter has been referred to the appropriate law enforcement agencies,” read the statement from Prince George’s County Public Schools.

“Prince George’s County Public Schools does not condone this type of behavior and it is not representative of the level of professionalism and respectful conduct of the team at the school. PGCPS works to create a respectful and safe environment for all students and staff.”

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