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Alex Barton

What the hell is this world coming to? 5 year old Alex Barton got “voted” out of his class in a move led by none other than the classroom teacher:

‘[The teacher] took him and stood him in front of his classmates this week, asked every single child to tell Alex why [they] don’t like him… (in his words) “tell Alex why we hate him”,’ explained Ms. Barton. After having each child ridicule the boy, she says the teacher continue belittling him.

Ms. Barton went on to say, ‘Then they had a vote on if he deserved to stay in the class or not.’ Like a twisted reality show, Barton says in a 14-2 vote his classmates voted the five year old out of the classroom.”

It’s frankly obscene that a so-called teacher would even think of pulling some sh*t like that. Not that we condone violence or anything, but that’s a mf that deserves to catch a beat down – straight up.

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  • thatgirl

    this is very disturbing I mean really……

  • Kim

    I KNOW THIS IS VERY VERY DISTURBING AND D AND IMMATURE OF THE S-CALLED TEACHER TO BEHAVE THIS WAY

  • http://www.lakers.com M-DADDY OAKLAND'S FINEST AKA FBI(ALL SHADES OF BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL)

    Thats horrible. My 9 year old is really sensitive and if he came home and told me some stuff like this it wouldnt be pretty

  • corey

    Yep! She needs a serious ass beat down. If she was having a problem with him and he was having a problem getting along with students, she should have talked to his parents and the principal so that they could come together with a solution. Not call him out in front of his classmates like that. She lucky that was not my child. Stupid teacher, no wonder why kids are not learning anything in school. And doing that kind of stuff to kids at a young age, is what makes them grow up to be a menace to society. *SMH*

  • http://www.lakers.com M-DADDY OAKLAND'S FINEST AKA FBI(ALL SHADES OF BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL)

    @corey

    Yep! She needs a serious ass beat down. If she was having a problem with him and he was having a problem getting along with students, she should have talked to his parents and the principal so that they could come together with a solution. Not call him out in front of his classmates like that. She lucky that was not my child. Stupid teacher, no wonder why kids are not learning anything in school. And doing that kind of stuff to kids at a young age, is what makes them grow up to be a menace to society. *SMH*

    _____________________________________________________

    Exactly. The kid is only freakin 5. WTF

  • justareader

    that’s sad, imagine what that did to him mentally. even if he was bad as hell, that doesn’t give the teacher the right to let the classroom kick him out. she probabley brainwashed the kids to do something like that.

  • Nikole

    I teach first grade and I have been physically abused by a 6 year old all year long. While he is kicking and punching me, I am supposed to keep my hands off of him. I wish I could have had the class vote on whether or not we could kick him out. I have had several kids this year say they don’t want him in the class and I have to half-heartedly reprimand them for saying such mean things. Kids are not like they used to be. No one acted like that in my class when I was in first grade.

  • I'm Just Me

    ARE YOU FREAKING SERIOUS…is she still teaching. She needs to be out of the classroom. What are the parents saying? OMG! What kind of foolishness is this. I would f*ck her up hardbody if this was my child. SHE NEEDS TO BE OUT OF A JOB! Where did he go then? To another class or what? WTF?

  • african_4_eva

    I have a story to tell…

    In grade school, 3rd grade to be exact (Atlanta, GA), I had a similar experience.

    My family and I recently moved from Canada to Atlanta, GA. I still had a Canadian accent and wasn’t accustom to the African-American culture of Atlanta…before then, all I had known was my Nigerian and surronding Carribean culture…

    So, one day, my teacher called me up to the front of the class and asked me, “Why do you talk so funny? Why do you sound so white? Why is your hair like that?”…this encouraged my classmates to ask more cruel and embarrasing questions like, “Why do Africans smell?” and “Speak African for us!”

    Now being the grown woman that I am, I wonder why would an adult do this to a child AND allow the ranting and raving to continue?

    Thankfully, I was raised in a family of faith and have since forgiven her for that day. So, all I can do is pray for this boy…and his teacher.

  • Kay

    On the Today show this morning, his parents said he is getting tested for Autism and the teacher knew….

  • bree

    LMMFAO..he must’ve been a torrent..that teacher has some serious balls-i hope she has some cash stashed cuz her ass about to FIRED!!

  • http://www.lakers.com M-DADDY OAKLAND'S FINEST AKA FBI(ALL SHADES OF BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL)

    @african_4_eva

    I have a story to tell…

    In grade school, 3rd grade to be exact (Atlanta, GA), I had a similar experience.

    My family and I recently moved from Canada to Atlanta, GA. I still had a Canadian accent and wasn’t accustom to the African-American culture of Atlanta…before then, all I had known was my Nigerian and surronding Carribean culture…

    So, one day, my teacher called me up to the front of the class and asked me, “Why do you talk so funny? Why do you sound so white? Why is your hair like that?”…this encouraged my classmates to ask more cruel and embarrasing questions like, “Why do Africans smell?” and “Speak African for us!”

    Now being the grown woman that I am, I wonder why would an adult do this to a child AND allow the ranting and raving to continue?

    Thankfully, I was raised in a family of faith and have since forgiven her for that day. So, all I can do is pray for this boy…and his teacher.

    _____________________________________________________

    WOW!!! Thats terrible. I’m glad it didnt emotionally scar you

  • sj

    I’m all for the teacher in this case. He was disruptive to the whole class. He is a bad a** 5 year old. What about the other 25 or so kids in the class? Why should they have to put up with his bad a** when they are there to learn. I would be mad if this brat was interupting my childs education on a daily basis. The parents needs to keep their special kid home until he learns how to act in public. Teachers are there to teach, not to babysit bad kids.

  • I'm Just Me
  • sj

    When I was in school, the special kids had a special room where they can act as wild and special as they like, with the door closed and the shade pulled down all day. Maybe his parent should look into special education for their special kid.

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