Has our world gone upside down? False allegations against teachers and why it’s not like the old days anymore

Has our world gone upside down? False allegations against teachers and why it’s not like the old days anymore

We expect teachers to be educators, psychologist and the parent. However what do you do when children make false allegations?

A substitute teacher, was investigated after a student told made false allegations over a banana. Unfortunately there is no middle ground and common sense. There must be consequences for false allegations. However, what is the solution? Is education like the good old days? Maybe we need video camera’s in the class?

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